However, Hackett warns that waiver is a "sleeper" issue that will come back to haunt people who don't recognize the consequences of turning over privileged
documents to auditors.
Whether an insured and its insurer share a "community of interest" such that privileged
communications shared with the insurer will retain their privileged
status is not easily resolved in all cases.
For federal proceedings communications between a client and a third party such as a CPA may be privileged
when an attorney retains that agent (see "Third-Party Privilege," page 65).
The narrow interpretation of the privileges, and ability of the judge to force disclosure of otherwise privileged
information, indicate that the following rules are guidelines to be used by the court in their decision-making process.
If a security manager is testifying under oath in court or in a deposition, he or she must truthfully answer questions about the attack and cover-up, even though the attorney-client conversation itself may be privileged
and the manager may be able to refuse to answer que stions about that particular conversation.
To be effective advocates for their clients' rights, school counselors must have a good grasp of issues related to the following concepts: the legal status of minors and the legality and ethics of privacy, confidentiality, privileged
communication, and informed consent.
We must, as William Gairdner urges, define marriage very strictly in law "as a socially privileged
institution for the joining of man and woman in society's procreational project, thus establishing the natural family as the ideal.
with respect to tax advice, the same common law protections of confidentiality which apply to a communication between a taxpayer and an attorney shall also apply to a communication between a taxpayer and any federally authorized tax practitioner (CPA, attorney, enrolled agent, enrolled actuary) to the extent that the communication would be considered a privileged
communication between a taxpayer and an attorney.
Accountants argue that without such privileged
confidentiality, clients might be reluctant to disclose information that tax practitioners must have to properly prepare their clients' tax returns.
Rhoades and Valadez (1996) introduce the concept of critical multiculturalism, which calls attention "to the role of education as a powerful force in situating student identities as privileged
or marginalized" (p.
The "privilege" component guarantees that the audit is privileged
Those who opposed that vote pointed to admissions discrimination in favor of some privileged
students and called the regents hypocritical.