Court Says Privilege Applies to Clients with Common Interest

, New Jersey Law Journal


The New Jersey Supreme Court on Monday ruled that documents prepared by a lawyer representing a public entity and shared with a third party with a common interest are protected by the common interest privilege and are shielded from the state's Open Public Records Act.

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  • Drhellfly

    This is a skap to all that look to get invormation knowingly that the Attorney‘s use this when they want to hide bad decision, even when they advise their client to get around a law that violtes action covering up for a crime of Official misconduct. where this should not applied and case should be over turned

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