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October 12, 2021 | New York Law Journal

By: Joel Cohen, James L. Bernard

For the New York Law Journal, Stroock attorneys Joel Cohen and James L. Bernard remark on the late Peter DeBlasio's book, “Let Justice Be Done,” and discuss whether or not attorney-client privilege expires upon death. In the book, DeBlasio revealed a secret kept for over 45 years where he falsely prejudiced another person in order to defend his client, who is now dead. Cohen and Bernard discuss the morality of this and more.

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