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Litigation

A new law (P.L. 110-322) amends the Federal Rules of Evidence, altering when and how information is covered by attorney-client privilege. Under the new law, if a disclosure is made in a federal proceeding or to a federal office or agency, and the owner of the information waives attorney-client privilege or work-product protection, the waiver extends to undisclosed communication or information in a federal or state proceeding under certain circumstances.

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