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Johnny Cash Museum Case Includes Attorney Conflict of Interest Issue

How does “eye of the beholder” apply to law clients for determining whether an attorney is representing more than one party to a negotiation? And how would attorney/client privilege work in such a situation? These issues have been raised in litigation involving sponsorship agreements for the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville.

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It’s often said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But how does “eye of the beholder” apply to law clients for determining whether an attorney is representing more than one party to a negotiation? And how would attorney/client privilege work in such a situation? These issues have been raised in litigation involving sponsorship agreements for the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville.

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