A Lawyer's Privacy Interest – Real or Illusory?
April 15, 2014 | New York Law Journal
New York attorneys have long relied on the New York Court of Appeals decision in Sage Realty Corp. v. Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn LLP to protect a category of documents within their files as to which the attorney, rather than the client, has a privacy interest and to which the client does not have a right of access. This article discusses Judge Gardephe’s recent decision in Gruss v. Zwirn highlighting the narrow scope of this privacy interest.
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