Many think that the attorney–client privilege protects communications with the client’s third-party agent, and that sharing otherwise privileged documents with the third-party agent does not result in privilege waiver. Except for a highly specific, “narrow exception,” this is not true, a court has ruled.  The court rejected a bank’s privilege

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