Privilege Doctrines in Litigation Funding

John Hanley and Maxim Waldbaum of Rimon, P.C. note that while, as a general rule, attorney-client privilege and other protections against disclosure are waived whenever protected information is disclosed by a client to a third party, a growing number of US cases have held that information shared with litigation funders is protected under either the (i) work product doctrine or (ii) common interest doctrine. Read more.

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