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No Attorney-Client Privilege for Superman Lawsuit Stolen Documents

A Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals opinion proved to be kryptonite to an attorney's privilege defense in a Superman lawsuit this week. The San Francisco-based court ruled that attorney Marc Toberoff waived his attorney-client privilege over stolen documents once he revealed the nature of the documents to officers investigating the......
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