David D. Cross and Mathya Nagendra, The Demise of Subject Matter Waiver: Federal Rule of Evidence 502(a) Five Years Later, Bloomberg BNA Insight, November 7, 2013
Paul W. Grimm, Lisa Yurwit Bergstrom & Matthew P. Kraeuter, Federal Rule of Evidence 502: Has It Lived Up to Its Potential?, XVII Rich. J. L. & Tech. 8 (2011)
Amy Jane Longo & William Dance, Federal Rule of Evidence 502 - Lessons from the First Year, ABA Committee on Pretrial Practice & Discovery, Winter 2010
Nadia Malik and Regina M. Rodriguez, Corporate Counsel Beware: Federal Government Still Wants You to Waive Attorney-Client Privilege, July 28, 2009
Wayne Morse Jr., Oops, It Happened Again: Inadvertent Disclosure under New Federal Rule of Evidence 502, ABA Committee on Pretrial Practice & Discovery, Summer 2009
Jonathan S. Feld and Blake Mills, The Selective-Waiver Doctrine: Is It Still Alive?, Law Journal Newsletters Business Crimes Bulletin, December 2008
Mark J. Stein and Joshua A. Levine, The Filip Memorandum: Does It Go Far Enough?, Corporate Counsel (Law.com), September 11, 2008
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Justice E. Norman Veasey, Report to the Senate Judiciary Committee on the McNulty Memorandum, September 13, 2007
Waiver Of The Attorney-Client Privilege: A Balanced Approach, Washington Legal Foundation, 2006
Survey Results: The Decline Of the Attorney-Client Privilege in the Corporate Context, Coalition of Business Groups, March 2006 (including the Executive Summary from April, 2005)
Michael Levy and Todd Ellinwood, The Applicability of the Attorney-Client Privilege to Non-Attorney Members of the Legal Team, Spring 2005
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