¡ª Also termed attorney work product. [Cases: Criminal Law 627.5(6); Federal Civil Procedure 1600(3); Pretrial Procedure 35. C.J.S. Criminal Law ¡ì¡ì 449¨C450; Discovery ¡ì 29.]
core work product. See opinion work product.
fact work product. Tangible work product that includes facts but not an attorney’s mental impressions. ? Fact work product is subject to a qualified privilege. It is not discoverable unless the party seeking discovery can show a substantial need for the materials. See Fed. R. Evid. 26(b)(3).
¡ª Also termed ordinary work product.
opinion work product. Work product, tangible or intangible, that includes or reflects an attorney’s thoughts, such as impressions, theories, and conclusions. ? Opinion work product is almost wholly immune from discovery. Fed. R. Evid. 26(b)(3).
¡ª Also termed core work product.
ordinary work product. See fact work product.