NO CLE - Mock Hearing: “I Don’t Have to Tell You That” — Evidentiary Privileges in Bankruptcy

In a series of vignettes, two litigants will argue motions to compel before the bankruptcy court that are designed to explore the various types of evidentiary privileges that arise in bankruptcy practice — including attorney/client privilege, joint-defense/common interest privilege, Fifth Amendment and spousal privilege — and how such privileges may be inadvertently waived.

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