On August 3, 1962 a memorandum decision was handed down in an antitrust proceeding which startled practicing attorneys and text writers alike. It held specifically that the "attorney-client privilege" did not apply to the corporate client.' What had been accepted as law for over one hundred and twenty-five years was curtly cast aside by Chief Judge William J. Campbell.
Richard C. Klein, Attorney-Client Privilege and Corporations, 12 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 95 (1963)