International Developments: The In-House Attorney-Client Privilege
10 AM EST
Privilege protection can often mean the difference between success or failure in litigation or in merger review. Antitrust is global and substantive competition analyses are similar but attorney-client privilege, especially for in-house counsel, varies widely in applicability even among the US, Canada, the EU, and individual EU member states. A better understanding of the differences among the jurisdictions will help maintain privilege protection, manage potential differences and prevent surprises for attorneys and clients. This panel of experts will explore real-life hypotheticals to illustrate updates on recent developments and how it all plays together in a multinational transaction.
•Debbie Salzberger, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Toronto, Ontario
•Boris Kasten, Schindler Management AG, Hergiswil, Switzerland
•Julia Holtz, Google, London, England (invited)
•Ethan Litwin, Hughes Hubbard, NY, NY
•Chris Naudie, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP Toronto, Ontario
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