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In Camera Reviews’ Process and Downside

Attorney-client privilege protection depends on content, and some work product claims also depend in part on content. Because a litigant's privilege log obviously does not disclose withheld documents' content, the adversary often seeks the court's in camera review of those withheld documents.

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FLSA Cases Raise Interesting Privilege Issues

In earlier times, litigants essentially trusted each other to withhold (without identifying) responsive documents protected by the attorney-client privilege or the work product doctrine. Now every court seems to require a privilege "log" listing the withheld documents (although the Federal Rules do not require such a "log").

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Court Provides Useful Guidance for Preparing a Defensible Privilege Log

In earlier times, litigants essentially trusted each other to withhold (without identifying) responsive documents protected by the attorney-client privilege or the work product doctrine. Now every court seems to require a privilege "log" listing the withheld documents (although the Federal Rules do not require such a "log").

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