Opinions by Emmie Joaquin
|Client confidentiality and privacy|
As you may know, when an individual hires a lawyer, inherent in that relationship is the lawyer-client confidentiality rule. This means that anything the client tells the lawyer will remain with that lawyer – it will be kept private and confidential. There are very few exceptions to this rule.
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