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SDNY Strikes a Blow Against Selective Waivers

Published in Law360
Article | January 14, 2014

This article discusses how recent decisions in Gruss v. Zwirn raise the stakes for practitioners inclined to share privileged material with government regulators, and suggests revised practices including reassessing language in standard confidentiality agreements, reconsidering the scope of voluntary productions and paying close attention to the contents of witness interview notes.

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