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Evidence--Privileged Communications--The Attorney-Client Privilege In The Corporate Setting: A Suggested Approach, Michigan Law Review Dec 1970

Evidence--Privileged Communications--The Attorney-Client Privilege In The Corporate Setting: A Suggested Approach, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

This Note will first review the development of the personal attorney-client privilege and the extent to which the term "client" has been expanded for use with that privilege. Then, the development of the corporate attorney-client privilege will be examined with an eye toward isolating the tests that the courts have used to define the extent of the term "client." Finally, with the results of these examinations in mind, an approach will be suggested that, if adopted by the courts, could effectively eliminate the confusion that presently exists with regard to the scope of the attorney-client privilege in the corporate setting.


Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1970

Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This report summarizes the findings of a questionnaire sent to University of Michigan Law School alumni fifteen years after graduation.


Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1970

Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This addendum is a compilation of alumni responses to the open-ended comments sections.


Class Of 1970 Five Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1970

Class Of 1970 Five Year Report Alumni Comments, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This addendum is a compilation of alumni responses to the open-ended comments sections.


Class Of 1970 Five Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1970

Class Of 1970 Five Year Report, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This report summarizes the findings of a questionnaire sent to University of Michigan Law School alumni five years after graduation.


Class Of 1970 Five Year Report Alumni Comments, Part 2, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1970

Class Of 1970 Five Year Report Alumni Comments, Part 2, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This addendum is a compilation of alumni responses to the open-ended comments sections.


Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, Part 2, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1970

Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, Part 2, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This addendum is a compilation of alumni responses to the open-ended comments sections.


Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, Part 3, University Of Michigan Law School Jan 1970

Class Of 1970 Fifteen Year Report Alumni Comments, Part 3, University Of Michigan Law School

UMLS Alumni Survey Class Reports

This addendum is a compilation of alumni responses to the question "What of your Law School training is contributing most meaningfully to your present job ability?"


Constitutional Law--The Right To A Jury Trial In Disbarment Proceedings, Michigan Law Review Jan 1970

Constitutional Law--The Right To A Jury Trial In Disbarment Proceedings, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

Lawyers in the United States have long been considered officers of the court, subject to examination for good moral character and adequate education in law before admission to the bar. They have also been subject to summary proceedings for disbarment whenever they have deviated from accepted standards of conduct embodied in various codes of professional ethics. Although the specific grounds for disbarment vary from state to state and between federal and state courts, one thing is clear: in the absence of a specific statutory provision there traditionally has been no right to a jury trial in disbarment proceedings. Since the ...


Don't Speak Of Love, John W. Reed Jan 1970

Don't Speak Of Love, John W. Reed

Other Publications

I was asked to speak to you this morning about communication in the courtroom. Specifically I was told that this group, keenly interested in the trial process, would like to hear any comments I might offer on problems of persuading judges and jurors. If your delegate who invited me misread your interest, you still have time to move to the Lewis and CLark Room, down the hall, where, indeed, some of the most able communicators in the trial business are demonstrating what I shall only describe.