Conducting Privilege Review with Everlaw
Confidential communications are a cornerstone of the legal system, and no attorney wants to inadvertently produce privileged information. That’s why, in discovery, it’s imperative to identify potential privileges or confidential information in a case at the start of document review.
This white paper will discuss:
- Best practices for efficiently conducting a privilege review.
- What to do when ESI has been inadvertently produced and must be clawed back.
- Relevant laws, such as Federal Rule of Evidence Rules 502(b) and (d), and the Advisory Committee notes to Rule 502(b).
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