Entries by Laredo & Smith

Supplement: The Attorney-Client Privilege in the Business Context in Massachusetts

By Marc C. Laredo The attorney-client privilege protects confidential communications — between a client or prospective client and an attorney — made for the primary purpose of obtaining legal advice or assistance. This is an update to the previously published article by Marc Laredo on attorney-client privilege in the business context in Massachusetts. View Article […]

The Attorney-Client Privilege in the Business Context in Massachusetts

By Marc C. Laredo The attorney-client privilege protects confidential communications — between a client or prospective client and an attorney — made for the primary purpose of obtaining legal advice or assistance. Except in a few limited circumstances, the attorney cannot reveal these confidential communications to a third party or in the course of any […]

An Overview Of Massachusetts Trade Secret Law

By Marc C. Laredo Virtually all business entities have information that they consider proprietary and confidential. Whether such information is truly a trade secret whose use by others can be limited or barred depends on a number of factors, including the nature of the information sought to be protected and the measures taken to preserve […]