Federal Court Rules That Routine Compliance Investigative Records Are Not Privileged; What Now?

Jodi L. Avergun and Adam S. Lurie will speak at this webinar.

Just this March, in Barko v. Halliburton, a federal court found that E&C investigative records provided to in-house counsel were not privileged, even though the materials were intended to help the company comply with government contracting regulations. The decision calls into question what privilege exists regarding internal investigation materials. Join us in examining the case, relevant law, and steps you can take.

For this timely and informative webcast, ECOA welcomes non-member internal practitioners to register at no charge. Contact Farah for more information: Farah.Asmussen@theECOA.org, +1 781.827.4048

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