Everybody occasionally uses their workplace e-mail for personal communications. Whether it is sending the occasional e-mail to our spouse about tonight's dinner or, confirming who is gathering the kids from soccer practice, we all use our workplace e-mail for personal communications.
However, what happens when you use your workplace e-mail to communicate confidential information with your attorney? Do you enjoy the same confidentiality typically afforded to an attorney-client communication, when the communication is sent from a workplace e-mail? The answer may surprise you.
In the case Hol...
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