5 Tips for Protecting Legal Privilege During Global Litigation - The Judicial Perspective
Most in-house counsel managing litigation understand discovery obligations and the basics of how to protect attorney-client and work product privileges from disclosure in the United States. Even so, counsel should be aware of the effect of globalization on litigation and the impact crossborder discovery has on privilege. Now may be the time to consider a refresh of in-house privilege protocols, strategy, and training. New practical tools, updated techniques, and outside-counsel practices, in combination with standard operating procedures, can aid in the recognition and protection of privileged documents.
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