During a recent deposition, I was returning from recess when I overheard the deponent’s counsel appearing to coach his client. Because I had noticed the deposition and obtained what I felt were important admissions before the recess, I was very interested in learning what had been said. What I didn’t know, however, was whether the opposing conversations between deponent and his counsel were cloaked in privilege. That is, could I learn what had been discussed?
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