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Protect the Privilege: Maintaining Attorney-Client & Work Product Privilege During a Cyber Incident

3rd Annual 2020 USD Cyber Law, Risk & Policy Symposium

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PT

Sheppard Mullin Participant: 
Justine Phillips

Join us October 26, 2020 for a timely webinar to discuss how to establish and preserve the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine during a cyber investigation following the Capital One case decided earlier this year.  Panelists will offer actionable guidance and share perspectives from the bench, in-house, forensic investigation and as outside counsel on the following topics:

  • Highlights of the Capital One case
  • Establishing and maintaining attorney-client privilege & attorney work product doctrine
  • Understanding the distinctions between in-house and external counsel for privilege purposes
  • Understanding what is and what is not privileged in forensic investigations
  • Standards judges use to determine waiver and whether to compel forensic reports
  • Disciplined internal communications by your Info Sec team
  • Disclosing the “forensic report” and avoiding waiver landmines
  • Whether privilege exists for remediation decisions/work/recommendations

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