What 9th Circ. Privilege Test Means For Dual-Purpose Advice

29September 2021

While the Ninth Circuit’s recent ruling in In re: Grand Jury confirms that courts should use the primary-purpose test to determine whether communications with both legal and business purposes are shielded by the attorney-client privilege, questions on the application of the test remain, says Scott Tenley at Michelman & Robinson.

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