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An Attorney-Client Privilege for Embattled Tax Practitioners: A Legislative Response to Uncertain Legal Counsel

For nearly 500 years, the attorney-client privilege has protected confidential communications between clients seeking legal advice and their attorneys. By shielding the communications, the privilege is generally thought to foster candidness, enhancing the thoughtfulness of the litigation process and allowing … Continue reading

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