Protecting Privileged Communications in Electronic Discovery: Litigation Challenges Created by In-House Attorney-Client Communications and Best Practices for Cost-Savings in Litigation

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Robinson Bradshaw
101 N. Tryon Street, Suite 1900
Charlotte, North Carolina

Nov. 16, 2011
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Kate G. Maynard and Heyward H. Bouknight, III presented Protecting Privileged Communications in Electronic Discovery: Litigation Challenges Created by In-House Attorney-Client Communications and Best Practices for Cost-Savings in Litigation to the Association of Corporate Counsel-Charlotte Chapter on Wednesday, November 16.

Electronic discovery is an unavoidable process in both state and federal court litigation. With the ever-increasing volume of electronic data created by each of us, the burdens and costs of civil discovery continue to increase. Likewise, efforts to protect attorney-client privileged communications are necessarily evolving – becoming more complex and increasingly expensive. Come hear about the difficult privilege issues that frequently arise in communications between in-house counsel and business partners, best practices for minimizing disclosure of privileged communications in civil litigation, and evolving trends available to outside counsel for limiting litigation costs associated with protecting privileged materials.

For more information on this event, please visit the ACC-Charlotte website.

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