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1. Can Customer Service Manager be called to testify Re: Attorney-Client Privilege Info
No. Only the client can waive the attorney-client privilege and he did not waive it here.
The fact that a third party inadvertently saw the communication does not constitute a
2. & 3 Doesn't matter. It's privileged communication and when you get right down to
it, there would be very little of the attorney-client privilege left with so many nosy
people working in companies today who love to spread rumors and gossip.
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