Editorial: Attorney-Client Privilege Trumps Public's Right to Know - Articles

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Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Jun 25, 2012

Tennessee’s Open Meetings Law requires all public business to be conducted in the sunshine, but in an editorial today, the Daily News Journal discusses why the attorney-client privilege is an exception to that. The paper agrees that meetings with counsel should be in private, but cautions as to what topics should and should not be covered behind closed doors.