Will McNulty's Revisions Pacify Critics Of the Thompson Memorandum?
3 April 2007
Mayer Brown Article
7 March 2007 - After the corporate scandals of the last few years that engulfed corporate America, and the ongoing stock-options investigations, many prosecutors and regulators now routinely demand that corporations waive attorney-client privilege and work product protection to show their cooperation with governmental authorities. This is accomplished through, among other things, the production of privileged documents, notes of employee interviews conducted by lawyers and, where available, reports of internal investigations.