Rules and Practical Guidance for Guarding Clients' Confidential Information
Prevent malpractice and guard your professional reputation with an essential do's and don'ts guide to attorney-client privilege. Explore the rules, exceptions, waivers and documentation requirements to ensure your daily practices are beyond reproach. Register today!
Clarify the difference between attorney-client privilege, work product and confidentiality to properly handle each.
Determine the extent and limitations of attorney-client relationship.
Identify key privilege exceptions and their use.
Learn when and how to properly obtain privilege waivers.
Attorney-Client Privilege vs. Work Product vs. Confidentiality
The Extent and Boundaries of "Attorney-Client Relationship"
What Constitutes "Information Given for the Purpose of Obtaining Legal Representation"
SCOTT B. PIEKARSKY is a partner with Phillips Nizer LLP, where he concentrates his practice in the areas of licensed professional matters, insurance law, general negligence, small business representation, real estate, and community association law. Mr. Piekarsky regularly handles cases involving general corporate and business law, professional liability, attorney ethics and professional licensing representation, expert review, community association, real estate, chancery, commercial collections, probate, and appellate law. He is a certified civil trial attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, a Rule 1:40 mediator, a Rule 1:40 mediator mentor, and a mortgage foreclosure mediator. Mr. Piekarsky is a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts. He earned his B.S. degree, magna cum laude, from Ramapo College of New Jersey and his J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.
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