Due diligence often requires significant exchanges of confidential information. One of the vexing problems with those exchanges is how they can be accomplished without waiving work product protections, attorney-client privileges and similar protections and privileges. Byron Egan and Bryan McCrory look at the potential pitfalls and offer some practical suggestions . . .
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