Multnomah District Attorney rules attorney-client privilege doesn’t apply to factual information

Lawyer-client privilege doesn’t apply to pure facts

The Multnomah County district attorney has ordered a public agency, the Portland Development Commission, to release purely factual information gathered by an attorney (the agency had cited attorney-client privilege). If an agency asserts attorney-client privilege to withhold fact-finding reports from the public, you might want to reference this ruling in your appeal.
To read the full district attorney’s order, click on lawyer-client privilege limitation.


No related posts.

Site by: Web Design Portland :: CIWD   /   Powered by: WordPress Portland