Privilege logs used to be the most expensive part of document review, but times have changed. There are multiple ways to create logs that have been accepted by the courts and by litigants. Come hear from two people in the trenches who deal with logs on a daily basis. They’ll offer legal and project management perspectives on the different types of logs: automated, standard, and category logs. The session will also include a discussion about case law in theory and application—including why email threading is both a challenge and a blessing when it comes to privilege logging. Find out how not to get caught in the traps!
Speakers will also offer practical suggestions on how to negotiate privilege log protocols, how to create logs using Relativity, and they’ll touch on the age-old debate: Should privileged documents be Bates numbered, left unnumbered, or given a special privilege number?
Cristin Traylor - Counsel, McGuireWoods LLP
Shawn Huston - Managing Partner, ESI Attorneys LLC