In today’s global market, litigation and arbitration often span multiple jurisdictions, making it increasingly difficult for companies to know which attorney-client information is protected from disclosure and whom the rules protect.
It is essential for multinationals to be aware of varied local rules and policies across all jurisdictions where they do business. Covering 42 countries around the world, our easy-to-read Global Attorney-Client Privilege Handbook can help you create a roadmap for navigating relevant local rules, including:
- What types of communication are protected Whether in-house counsel communications are included
- How to avoid losing privilege
- Whether government officials can compel disclosure in investigations and prosecutions