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1 For educational purposes only. © 2014 Michael Downey Teaching Ethics to Practicing Lawyers Michael Downey

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3 Attorney- Client Privilege Attorney- Client Privilege Work-Product Protection 3

4 Internet vs. Privacy: "a helpful Venn diagram" By David Hoffman, available at The Internet Privacy 4

5 Duty of Confidentiality – Rule 1.6(a)  Information from any source  Relating to representation  Limit on "revelation"  Limit on "use" in Rule 1.8 Client Media reports Opposing counsel Pleadings Adverse party Third party Lawyer 5

6 Attorney-Client Privilege ClientLawyer Regarding Legal Representation 6

7 Joint Defense/Common Interest Privilege Client 1Client 2 Lawyer 1Lawyer 2 7

8 Work-Product Protection A lawyer's involvement is not required 8

9 The Accident #1 W1 Joe W2 W3 Joe's Trucking Your Client 9

10 The Accident #1 – Joe with Lawyer W1 Joe W2 W3 Joe's Trucking Your Client 10

11 The Accident #2 – NTC with Lawyer W1 TD W2 W3 Nationwide Trucking Co. NTC Driver Your Client 11

12 The Accident #2B – NTC with Lawyer – Driver with Separate Lawyer W1 W2 W3 Nationwide Trucking Co. NTC Driver Your Client 12

13 Your Client The Accident #3 – NTC with Counsel NTC CEO NTC Driver Nationwide Trucking Co. W1 NTC EE Coverage Possible 13

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15 Thank You  Michael Downey  Armstrong Teasdale LLP  direct   Resource


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