Attorney-Client Privilege, Bow Tie Law Blog, Confidentiality, Discovery, Joshua Gilliland, Privilege Logs
A Case Study on Privilege Logs, by Joshua Gilliland, Esq., Bow Tie Law Blog
In this post, Mr. Gilliland suggests an Excel format and headings for a privilege log with a reminder to cover the privilege log rule requirements. Here is another basic example in Google Docs:
Privilege logs require more than merely saying a prospectively privileged document is an ‘attorney-client communication.’ This requires litigants to conduct privilege review with far more analysis than simply tagging discovery ‘Attorney Client Privilege’ or ‘Work Product Conduct.’ The case of United States v. State & La. Dep’t of Health & Hospitals highlights the importance of effective discovery review in creating privilege logs. . . .
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