By Thomas M Porcano
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S . 383 (1981) . The privilege belongs to the client, but the attorney can assert it on the client's behalf. Several requirements must be met for the privilege to apply . " Either a voluntary or an inadvertent act can waive the attorney-client privilege . For example, disclosure of the privileged information (by the client 44 CHRISTINE C . BAUMAN AND ANNA C . FOWLER or the attorney) to a third party, such as a financial institution, may constitute a waiver of the attorney-client privilege . ' According to Padwe et al .
FOWLER The respondents were evenly divided in question eight about a perceived conflict between the advocacy role of the tax advisor protected under the Confidentiality Privilege and the advocacy role being discussed in the SEC's focus on auditor independence . Approximately 30% of the accounting respondents perceived a conflict while 30% did not perceive a conflict . The responses for the first three questions from the second page of the survey, summarized in Table 3, indicate that few practitioners (less that 7%) in the sample have asserted the new Confidentiality Privilege in any of the three scenarios listed (financial status audits, Information Document Requests, and other tax audit contexts) .
S . Dist . LEXIS 7591, Case No . 00-6777-CIV-MOORE, May 22, 2001 . In Pomerantz the government sought various records from two accounting firms retained by the attorney . The court held that certain general ledgers were prepared at the direction of the attorney for his use in divorce litigation and were protected . On the other hand, a tax return and supporting analysis of deposits were held not associated with the divorce case and not protected . Other records were pro-forma amended tax returns that were not filed but rather were prepared by a different accountant at the direction of the divorce lawyer to assist him in determining the client's income for the divorce proceeding .
Advances in Taxation, Volume 14 by Thomas M Porcano