Clients, and lawyers who represent them, can breathe easier now that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court clarified, in Gillard v. AIG Insurance Company, that "the attorney-client privilege operates in a two-way fashion to protect confidential client-to-attorney or attorney-to-client communications made for the purpose of obtaining or providing professional legal advice." No. 10 EAP 2010, slip op. at 23 (Pa. Feb. 23, 2011).

Source: Commercial Litigation Alert
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