During this information-packed webinar, counsel will learn best practices for guiding a company in protecting attorney-client privileges during an audit or investigation, and when negotiating a deal.
- Key legal issues surrounding the attorney-client privilege in investigations and audits
- Who has the privilege
- What privilege protects or how privilege can be lost
- How privilege can be inadvertently waived
- How to shield information
- Advice on disclosure without waiving the company’s privileges
- Complications that arise due to the dual nature of in-house counsels role
- Privilege issues that arise from ‘non-attorney’ communications
- How to segregate business and legal advice
- Steps to take to maximize privilege protection
- How foreign privilege laws affect privilege
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Partner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
T. Ray Guy, a Litigation partner and head of Weil’s Litigation practice in Dallas, concentrates his practice on the trial and supervision of civil litigation in federal and state courts and in arbitrations. For more than 30 years he has represented a wide range of clients in complex cases, including securities, private equity and hedge fund litigation; class actions; fiduciary duty and partnership disputes; technology litigation; fraud and bad faith litigation; and constitutional law. Mr. Guy, who is admitted to practice in Texas and New York, is Board Certified as a Specialist in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Associate, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
John O'Connor is a Litigation associate based in Dallas who concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts, arbitrations, and mediations. He has participated in litigating a wide range of disputes, including complex securities actions, fraud and bad faith litigation, corporate disputes, insurance disputes, and technology litigation. Mr. O'Connor has also been on teams representing companies and board committees in internal investigations and bankruptcy-related matters, including plan confirmation and claim disputes.