PRIVILEGE

Attorney-Client Privilege for Nonlawyers? A Study of Board of Immigration Appeals-Accredited Representatives, Privilege, and Confidentiality…..59:583

The False Claims Act Creates a “Zone of Protection” That Bars Suits Against Employees Who Report Fraud Against the Government…..62:361

The Journalist’s Reportorial Privilege—What Does It Protect and What Are Its Limits…..38:79

The Physician-Patient Privilege: Some Reflections…..14:83

The Trustee’s Choice? The Ability of the Trustee to Waive a Corporation’s Attorney Client Privilege in a Corporate Bankruptcy…..37:129

Weeding the Garden: Finding a Solution to “Garden Variety” Emotional Distress Claims and Discovery Issues…..62:599

Winegard v. Oxberger (Iowa 1977)—Iowa Recognizes a Qualified Testimonial Privilege for Newspersons in Civil Litigation…..28:167