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PR309730 - 7 Steps to Your Best Privilege Log

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Privilege is a top concern in every kind and size of case. Inadvertent disclosure of privileged information can lead to privilege waiver. In the worst case scenario, the judge could even find subject matter waiver and order disclosure of related documents. Most producing parties would prefer to treat their privileged material like a state secret: neither confirming nor denying its existence. However, the courts have recognized the competing interest of the requesting party to know what’s being withheld and why. Privilege logs must be approached strategically in the age of enormous data volumes. If not, they will eat up time and money better spent litigating the merits. Fortunately, accurate and cost-effective logs can be achieved with early planning, database optimization, and good workflows. In fact, there are seven steps you can take to alleviate privilege log pain. Join this session to learn the seven steps, as well as the legal considerations and strategies that impact your privilege log and how to implement them successfully within Relativity. You'll walk away with workflows, technical best practices, and an easy-to-follow process for creating your best privilege log.


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Law in Practice, Relativity Administration, Workflows
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In-house Counsel, Litigation Support Professional, Outside Counsel, Paralegal, Review Attorney
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