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July 01, 2012

Email Missteps to Avoid: 'Reply to All' & 'Auto-Complete'


The unintended release of information via email can create problems for both attorneys and their clients. Court have addressed various issues thta can arise due to the inadvertent or imporper use of email correspondence, including waiver of privilege, release of confidential materials, or possible ethical violations. Careful email usage can avoid the significant risks and unintended consequences associated with this method of communication. Read more.
Michigan Defense Quarterly

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