Privilege Protect

Best Practice Guide for Protecting Attorney Client Privilege

Best Practice Guide for Protecting Attorney Client Privilege 150 150 Jason Krause

Protecting the right to attorney client privilege is one of the most expensive and complicated parts of eDiscovery, but there is little guidance to help lawyers. To fill this void, Nextpoint has a new, free, and easy-to-understand, Best Practices Guide for Protecting Privilege to help you defend your right of attorney client privilege. In clear…

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How Do You Protect Attorney Client Privilege?

How Do You Protect Attorney Client Privilege? 150 150 Jason Krause

Earlier this week, Law.com ran a long piece on the complicated and confusing standards for protecting attorney client privilege. Meanwhile, the American Bar Association is reporting on yet another recent case involving the accidental disclosure of protected information. Unfortunately, these type of stories are endless. Inadvertent production of privileged information is going to remain one of the biggest problems in…

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Nextpoint Introduces Automated eDiscovery Tool to Prevent Inadvertent Production of Privileged Materials

Nextpoint Introduces Automated eDiscovery Tool to Prevent Inadvertent Production of Privileged Materials 150 150 Michael Beumer

Nextpoint’s Privilege Protect ® helps solve one of the thorniest problem in litigation – securely transferring electronic data to opposing parties while preventing the production of privileged communications. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 09, 2012 Nextpoint, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of cloud-based regulatory, compliance, and litigation software, announces the release of Privilege Protect™ eDiscovery technology.…

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Why Are Lawyers So Bad at Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege?

Why Are Lawyers So Bad at Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege? 150 150 Jason Krause

When lawyers are managing eDiscovery there are really just three things they need to know for every document – is it responsive, non responsive, or privileged. Responsive they give to opposing counsel, non-responsive they ignore, and privileged documents must be protected. As the U.S. Supreme Court put it, “The attorney-client privilege is the oldest of…

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