New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, recently issued an opinion explaining and clarifying the scope of the attorney-client privilege under New York law.  The opinion is a useful reminder to in-house counsel that their communications to internal clients – no matter the form or method of communication, and even when proactively made and not in response to a specific request for advice – will be protected so long as they render legal advice or services.  

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