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Attorneys – Attorney-Client Privilege – Choice of Law – First Impression – Common Interest & Joint Client Doctrines (access required)

Wellin v. Wellin (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-198-19, 37 pp.) (David Norton, J.) 2:13-cv-01831, 2:13-cv-03595, 2:14-cv-04067; D.S.C. Holding: In a matter of first impression, the court predicts that South Carolina’s courts would rule that the attorney-client privilege is a matter of substantive – not procedural – law and apply the most-significant-relationship test from the Restatement (Second) of ...

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