I know that young men in general do not admit of any enquiry even from their nearest relations into affairs of the heart, but I hope, my dear Reginald, that you will be superior to such as allow nothing for a father's anxiety, and think themselves privileged
to refuse him their confidence and slight his advice.
They shall in all Cases, except Treason, Felony and Breach of the Peace, be privileged
from Arrest during their Attendance at the Session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any Speech or Debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any other Place.
As for jest, there be certain things, which ought to be privileged
from it; namely, religion, matters of state, great persons, any man's present business of importance, and any case that deserveth pity.
The Alardyces, the Hilberys, the Millingtons, and the Otways seem to prove that intellect is a possession which can be tossed from one member of a certain group to another almost indefinitely, and with apparent certainty that the brilliant gift will be safely caught and held by nine out of ten of the privileged race.
It was a duty that they owed the world, and to Katharine, at least, it meant more than that, for if they could not between them get this one book accomplished they had no right to their privileged position.
Under somewhat similar circumstances, privileged people have been received as passengers, or rather as guests, in her majesty's ships--and what has been conceded on former occasions may, by bare possibility, be conceded now.
Certain privileged persons, specially interested in the Arctic voyagers, were permitted to occupy the empty state-rooms on board.
Abolish the peerage, and all the wealthy people will constitute the privileged class; instead of a hundred, you will have ten thousand, instead of removing class distinctions, you have merely widened the mischief.
So the victory over the monarchical system, obtained by the middle classes with a view to extending the number of the privileged class, will produce its natural effect--the people will triumph in turn over the middle classes.
If I require that the ignorant masses should be governed by a strong hand," the doctor resumed, after a brief pause, "I should desire at the same time that the framework of the social system should be sufficiently yielding and elastic to allow those who have the will and are conscious of their ability to emerge from the crowd, to rise and take their place among the privileged classes.
CFOs May Be First Line of Defense Susan Hackett, senior vice president and general counsel of the ACCA, receives calls from legal counsel at various companies who are receiving pressure from "internal folks--the CEO, CFO" asking the general counsel to release privileged
documents to auditors to meet a filing deadline.
The pivotal issue in this area is whether an insurer is entitled to receive attorney-client privileged
communications between a policyholder and defense counsel.
In fact, the Rules contemplate allowing a party to seek interlocutory review of an ALJ discovery order that requires the production of allegedly privileged
materials, while including no comparable provision for nonparty subpoenas, such as the subpoena at issue here.
As is well known, the months preceding the declaration of August 4 were filled with rancor between the commoners and the privileged
As Kovel established, CPA-client communications may be privileged
under a specific set of conditions.