Before the Session
During the Session
- What are some reasons that litigators review documents, and what’s the main purpose of doc review in civil litigation?
- What’s a document “custodian”?
- What does it mean to review a document for responsiveness?
- What are the two ways a protective order can allow parties to designate produced documents as confidential?
- How do lawyers decide if a document is privileged and shouldn’t be produced?
- What are some steps a lawyer reviewing a production before it goes out can take to check that mistakes weren’t made?
- When doing a doc review, what are the things you should be sure you understand?
- What are issue tags and how do they help organize a doc review?
- What should you do if you discover that a privileged document was accidentally produced?
- Anecdotes and war stories (e.g., about a near-disaster or a tough negotiation)
- General practice tips (dos and don’ts)
- Firm-specific guidance and practices
After the Session
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