This Interest May Be Common, But It’s Still Privileged Re: California Evidence Rules

In an opinion issued yesterday, the California Court of Appeal ruled that litigation meetings held by a homeowner’s association counsel with individual homeowners did not result in a waiver of the attorney-client privilege. Seahaus La Jolla Owners Ass’n v. Superior Court, Cal. Ct. Appeal Case No. D064567 (March 12, 2014).     Read more………

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