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attorney/client privilage in the electronic age

Posted by satori on March 17, 1999 at 00:25:35:

I think we or anyone that discuss legal situations on the internet are covered, as
, being confidenatial clauses under whats called the trademark laws
of the United states. Such as we are indvidivul persons seeking to
give our own opinons, and if anyone the (courts,the adversary, anyone uses those
opinions we deem as private by the fact of not giving our full idenity, which is legal
cluase and statement, that if it is used we could sue them for trademark infringement,
I'm not a trademark lawyer, though, any out there.

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