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Category Archives: Professional Liability

Keeping Third Party Communications Protected by the Attorney-Client Privileged

A recent Pennsylvania federal court decision highlights the difficulty in keeping third party communications privileged.  (King Drug Co. of Florence, Inc. v. Cephalon, Inc., No. 06-CV-1797, 2013 WL 4836752 (E.D. Pa. Sept. 11, 2013)).  In Cephalon, the court found third party communications privileged because the third party performed a role for Cephalon substantially identical to that …

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Indicted—Not Once, But Twice! Former GlaxoSmithKline In-House Counsel, Lauren Stevens, Tells Her Harrowing Story And Hard Lessons Learned From Being Indicted

Imagine, one of the worst things that could happen to any person, especially an attorney—being indicted.  This not only happened to former GlaxoSmithKline (“GSK”) Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Lauren Stevens (“Stevens”) once—but twice!  On November 8, 2010, a federal grand jury in the District of Maryland returned an indictment charging Stevens with one …

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