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Attorney-client privileges applys when there is?
an appropriate relationship between attorney and client and the relationship must exist at the time of the communication.
Who claims the privilege?
client
Does the third party destroy the attorney-client privileges?
Yes
Does the attorney-client privileges extend to future wrongdoing?
There must be no reason why the privilege should not control (i.e. legal advice sought for future wrongdoing)
An attorney may disclose confidential info of a client:
To prevent client's criminal act. To carry out representation.
Lawyer's self-interest.
To defend against adverse statement by the client.
To defend against a crimminal charge based on conduct. To protect reputation against charges by the client or third parties. A dispute regarding fees with client. Client perjury or fraud, including false evidence.