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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

Why Keeping Corporate Lawyers Quiet Is Good For Us All

In a recent post in The New York Times DealBook, Berkeley Law School Professor Steven Davidoff Solomon argues that keeping corporate lawyers silent “can shelter wrongdoing”.  I completely agree that the attorney-client privilege limits society’s access to information.   If access to information is the only societal value to be considered, then the attorney-client privilege should be abolished forthwith.  Other societal…

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