The U.S. Supreme Court was, for the first time in some time, ready to issue an opinion involving the corporate attorney–client privilege. The issue was the proper standard courts should use to determine whether the attorney–client privilege protects dual-purpose communications—those created for legal and non-legal purposes. In re Grand Jury,
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