Another interesting year in the law of evidentiary privileges, including the apparent death and resurrection of the attorney-client privilege, has concluded. The Trump Administration continued to foster debate over privilege protections, Justice Kavanaugh’s privilege opinions, while perhaps not the primary focus of his Senate confirmation hearings, came to the forefront, and courts issued more privilege rulings in post-event investigations by corporate counsel.

So, for the one or two of you who have not studied each PoP post in 2018, here is my year-in-review.Keep Reading this POP Post