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“Attorney-Client Privilege: How Strong Is it?” International Bar Association Conference, Dublin, Ireland

Jenner & Block Partner David M. Greenwald spoke at a session titled “Attorney-Client Privilege: How Strong Is it?” on October 3 at the International Bar Association Conference in Dublin. The session explored the protections of attorney-client privilege and its limits in multi-jurisdictional proceedings.With more than 5,000 lawyers and legal professionals in attendance, the week-long conference at Convention Centre Dublin represented the largest gathering of the international legal community.

Mr. Greenwald is Co-Chair of the Firm’s Reinsurance Practice and a member of the Insurance Litigation and Counseling, International Arbitration, and Bankruptcy practices. He focuses on complex disputes relating to insurance and reinsurance coverage, structured finance, bankruptcy, internal investigations, government contracts, and other types of complex disputes. Mr. Greenwald litigates in courts throughout the country and represents clients in domestic and international arbitrations. He is the Editor of Jenner & Block’s Attorney-Client Privilege Update online resource center and the Firm’s Protecting Confidential Legal Informationhandbook, and he is co-editor of Testimonial Privileges(Thomson Reuters 2012).  Mr. Greenwald is a frequent speaker on topics relating to privilege, ethics, e-discovery, and insurance and reinsurance. He is Special Projects Officer for the International Bar Association’s Insurance Committee.  

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