This symposium essay explores the contestable empirical and normative assumptions that underlie criticisms of the Justice Department's policies with respect to the waiver of corporate attorney-client and work-product privileges. And it considers how authority with respect to prosecutorial decisionmaking in this area ought to be allocated.
Daniel C. Richman,
Decisions about Coercion: The Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege Waiver Problem,
DePaul Law Review, Vol. 57, p. 295, 2008; Fordham Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 968469
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