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Furthermore, the client is able to selectively waive attorney-client privileges documents, such as the documents signed stating that they are working for their client. The attorney discussing which documents and communications that could support evidence to this without revealing details that need to be protected... is itself protected... Having been in a ...


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There is no public place to “file” that. When privilege is claimed and the other side challenges it then the person claiming privilege needs to establish somehow that the attorney client relationship exists and is pertinent to the question. In the normal course of things there would be an engagement agreement in the attorneys files. And not everything ...


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TL;DNR: As usual, the answer is, "it depends." In this case, it depends on whether you ever worked on this deal while you were in the state that requires a license. US courts have consistently held that a broker or agent who is not physically present in a state is not "doing business" in the state, and thus not subject to its licensing laws. First, a point ...


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Would that itself raise any red flags/point out legal issues? to what end is it a "late fee" vs. "imprisonment for tax evasion?" A taxpayer's voluntary payment/filing of overdue taxes is very unlikely to lead to imprisonment or prosecution. Here voluntary means that the tax department (example: IRS in the US) did not even have to allocate resources for ...


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