10 Best-Practice Rules to Protect Attorney-Client Privilege
With the explosion of digital evidence in litigation, lawyers are finding it increasingly hard to protect every single piece of attorney-client work product. And, courts have consistently ruled that even the smallest slip-up with privileged data may mean your privilege is waived.
This ebook outlines ten best practice rules for protecting attorney client privilege and addresses the controversial Clawback Provision.
- Relevant case law you need to know
- Protecting drafts and attachments
- Codifying a formal clawback procedure
- Fixing accidental privilege leaks
This guide helps you successfully navigate the challenges of working with privileged client data.