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Attorney Client Privilege Vs Work Product With Susan Carlson

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 “Attorney Client Privilege Versus Work Product With Susan Carlson”  Whether you are a private investigator or a publicist, there may not be a statutory privilege extending to you and your work.  Work product doctrine has expanded over the years and Susan Carlson will share tips of the trade.

 
Chicago Private Investigator Susan Carslon is the principal of Carlson Investigations, an acclaimed agency licensed and recommended by the best attorneys and law firms in Chicago and the great lakes region.  Susan successfully sat for the Illinois State Licensing exam to receive her Class A Private Detective License and in 2004 opened her own business.  The truth is out there and if you need help finding it Carlson Investigations can help.  Web Link:  http://www.susancarlsoninvestigations.com/  
 
 
Today, Susan Carlson shares some tips regarding the Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work Product Doctrine.  There are handful of common statutory privileges in line to protect our work for attorney-clients.  Case law has developed to address the work of private investigators, public relations agents and other third party professionals who assist in litigation.  Susan will share some pragmatic tips on how to protect your work and your professional credentials.  We will talk about the difference between the Attorney-Client Privilege and the Work Product Doctrine.  We will talk about written versus verbal communication and will dig into the cases that address third party consultants.  If you follow some routine steps a subpoena to testify will not be as threatening.

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