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  • Christopher Lockwood - Attorney Client/Attorney Work Privilege

Christopher Lockwood - Attorney Client/Attorney Work Privilege

  • 19 Aug 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP, 650 E. Hospitality Lane, #600, San Bernardino, CA 92408

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This presentation will delve into the very definition of attorney client/attorney work product privilege, including purposes of protection, what constitutes “work product”  (derivative vs nonderivative), absolute protection for attorney’s “brain work”  (both written and unwritten) and other instances of privilege.  This will also cover non-privileged work such as official records and information, spousal privileges and more.  Time allowing, we will also focus on “Pitchess motions” for the release of police personnel files.

Attorney Christopher Lockwood has been in private practice since 1983. His practice focuses on writs and appeals. His distinguished career includes published appellate decisions, including two California Supreme Court decisions, and over 150 unpublished cases. Christopher represents public entities and private corporations in civil rights litigation, land use litigation, employment law, and general civil litigation.


Attendance Fee: 

$10.00 (ICAP/CAPA Member Price / Student Price)

$20.00 (Non-Member/Non-Student Price)

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