In this article, Jenner & Block Partners David P. Saunders and David M. Greenwald examine common videoconferencing practices and pitfalls that could lead to waivers of attorney-client privilege. “It is advisable to take steps to decrease the risk of inadvertent or unauthorized disclosure or access to attorney-client communications, however those communications occur,” the authors wrote.
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