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Board Members Waive Attorney-Client Privilege By Using Work Computer to Email Board attorney

Virginia is like most states when it comes to the problems with board members using work or personal computers to conduct board business.  “Email is a great communications tool. Unfortunately, it is rife with potential issues. Remember that your company computer is subject to be monitored by your employer. . . . using a company computer and company email account to communicate with your lawyer may act as a waiver of the attorney-client privilege on those issues discussed in the emails.”

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