American Bar Association, Talking Points in Support of the Attorney-Client Privilege Protection Act of 2007, July 2009
Press Release, Coalition to Preserve the Attorney-Client Privilege, "Holder Should Support Executive Order on Attorney-Client Privilege," January 14, 2009, and Coalition Memo – Comprehensive Reform Still Needed to Protect Attorney-Client Privilege and Employee Legal Rights
"Attorney-Client Privilege and the Value in Coalition-Building," The Champion, September 2008
ABA Resolution, ABA Task Force on Attorney-Client Privilege, Recommendation 111, August 11, 2005
NACDL Press Releases:
"Legislation Still Needed to Protect Privileges, Right to Counsel," August 28, 2008
"DOJ Policy on Privilege Waivers Disappoints Defense Bar," December 13, 2006
"Defense Lawyers Praise Attorney-Client Privilege Bar," December 7, 2006
NACDL Statement on Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege, March 2, 2006
Letters Submitted to Congress
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Letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Supporting S. 2450 and Proposed Rule 502, NACDL, January 30, 2008
Examining Approaches to Corporate Fraud Prosecutions and the Attorney-Client Privilege Under the McNulty Memorandum, Statement of the Coalition to Preserve the Attorney-Client Privilege, September 18, 2007
Report to the Senate Judiciary Committee on the McNulty Memorandum, Justice E. Norman Veasey, September 13, 2007
Hearing on: “The McNulty Memorandum’s Effect on the Right to Counsel in Corporate Investigations,” House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security, March 8, 2007
Letters Submitted to the U.S. Sentencing Commission
Letter Regarding the Notice of Proposed Amendments, Request for Public Comment, Coalition to Preserve the Attorney-Client Privilege, March 28, 2006
Report of Task Force on Attorney-Client Privilege, New York State Bar Association, March 27, 2006
Request for Public Comment – Chapter 8 Organization Guidelines, Section 8C2.5, Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege, Boston Bar Association, March 23, 2006
Report of Calbar Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct, California State Bar Association, March 22, 2006
Testimony of Former AUSA Kent Wicker on Behalf of NACDL, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, March 15, 2006
Letters Submitted to DOJ
Letter from House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers and Crime Subcommittee Chairman Bobby Scott to Attorney General Holder Concerning Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Doctrine, December 16, 2009
Letter from Former DOJ Officials to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, September 5, 2006