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Date: May 1, 2016
DRIĀ In-House Defense Quarterly

Recent court decisions have made protecting an insurer’s claims file and its communications with coverage counsel from discovery more challenging. Unlike other businesses and corporations, insurance companies face court decisions holding that they should not receive the full protection of the attorney–client privilege or the work product doctrine, a term of art that refers to mental impressions, opinions, conclusions, and legal theories of an attorney.

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