Vade-mecum on searches in law firms following the Confidence Act – Gazette du Palais, 03/08/2022

 

On 22 December last year, the Parliament adopted Law 2021-1729 on confidence in the judiciary, known as the Confidence Law, which includes provisions aimed at reinforcing the protection of lawyers’ professional secrecy, particularly in the context of searches (provisions applicable since 1 March 2022). Clarisse Moreno summarises in this article the rules applicable to searches of lawyers.

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