CH03 - Chapter Three Chapter Confidentiality In this...

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Chapter Three Chapter Three Confidentiality Confidentiality In this chapter, you will learn about: Basic principles of confidentiality The attorney-client privilege and the difference between the privilege and the ethics rules on confidentiality Information that is privileged or protected by the rule of confidentiality How and when the privilege and the duty of confidentiality may be broken or waived Page 1 of 2
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Chapter Three Chapter Three Confidentiality Confidentiality (continued) (continued) The work product rule How the principles and rules of confidentiality come into play for paralegals in practice How to protect confidentiality of information and records Special problems in maintaining confidentiality with technology Page 2 of 2
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Confidentiality Confidentiality The principle of confidentiality is based on the notion that: an attorney must know all the facts if he or she is to best serve the client, and
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course PARA 088 taught by Professor Poe during the Winter '08 term at DeAnza College.

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CH03 - Chapter Three Chapter Confidentiality In this...

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