Litigation Consulting - ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE: CPAs MD THE E-FRONTIER - In certain litigation-support engagements, CPAs on an attorney's team can shield confidential client communications. Such privilege may be invalidated by inadvertent disclosure via use of electronic media or devices such as cell phones and e-mail. Here's how to safeguard client data.
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|Contributors:||Pacini, Carl; Hillison, William; Fennema, M.G.; Placid, Raymond|
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