Privilege and the Tripartite Insurer-Insured Counsel Relationship
Pratt’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report
November/December 2021
Not all of the communications amongst the three parties involved in the insurer-insured-counsel relationship may be covered by the attorney-client privilege. This article, by Kelley Drye's Matt Luzadder and Cameron Argetsinger, appears in Pratt’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report and examines the relevant case law in Illinois and the protection of communications within the insurer-insured-counsel relationship.

Read the full article here.