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Yes. The lawyer can use this information. The privilege is a privilege against involuntary disclosure to third-parties. There is a parallel duty of confidentiality not to disclose information revealed to the lawyer to third parties. But, the lawyer is not revealing the information to third-parties in a collection capacity. And, there are exceptions to both ...


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Presumably this information is "privileged." Not necessarily. Different jurisdictions take slightly different approaches to Legal Professional Privilege but in general it relates to, and prevents the disclosure of, communications between a lawyer and the client that relate to litigation and/or legal advice. So unless the client provided the ...


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