Lawyerist.com: Emailing clients at work may imperil privilege

by Eric Cooperstein on April 21, 2009

It is probably fair to say that most lawyers have grown accustomed to the convenience of emailing clients. Less disruptive than phone calls, more efficient, creates documentation of conversations—hard to believe anyone could ever practice law without email. From an ethics perspective…

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