How . Can Professional Secrecy be Protected. ?. August 9, 2014. Background. : The Issue. Several recent high-profile matters around the world have involved government interception of attorney-client privileged communications (ACPCs), usually through wiretaps..
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How Can Professional Secrecy be Protected August 9 2014 Background The Issue Several recent highprofile matters around the world have involved government interception of attorneyclient privileged communications ACPCs usually through wiretaps ID: 316049 Download Presentation
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