Tag Archives: attorney-client privilege

Guest Post: Three Cybersecurity Lessons From Yahoo’s Legal Department Woes

The recent news that Yahoo’s general counsel had resigned following a probe of high-profile data breaches at the company has generated a great deal of discussion and concern. In the following guest post, David Fontaine and John Reed Stark take a look at the circumstances surrounding the resignation and consider the implications of and lessons … Continue Reading

Guest Post: Pitfalls of Sharing Privileged Information During Due Diligence

One of the interesting recurring issues arising in M&A transactions is the question of the extension of attorney client privilege to information shared during transactional due diligence. In the following guest post, Joseph B. Crace, Jr. and Britt K. Latham take a look a recent New York Court of Appeals decision examining the question of … Continue Reading
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