No Attorney-Client Privilege for Communications with PR Firm

When can a public relations firm’s services be so integral to litigation that communications among the lawyer, client, and the PR firm are subject to attorney-client privilege? In Behunin v. Superior Court, the California appeals court has raised the possibility that, under the right circumstances, these communications could be privileged.


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