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Is It Privileged? A Young Lawyer's Guide to Preparing a Privilege Log in Commercial Litigation


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: January 14, 2020
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Agenda


  • Practical Insights on the Importance of Preparing Accurate and Proper Privilege Logs
  • Common misconceptions
  • Drafting Tips
Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minutes
Recorded: January 14, 2020

Description

Preparing a privilege log is often one of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks in commercial litigation, and is frequently delegated to junior attorneys. Yet, a deficient privilege log can result in severe consequences, including long-spanning discovery disputes or waiver of privilege. Accordingly, both young lawyers and more experienced litigators should understand both the requirements of a proper privilege log and how to assist senior members on the litigation team with preparing such logs.

This program was recorded on January 14th, 2020.

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American Bar Association

Panelists

Travis S. Hunter

Director
Richards Layton & Finger

Travis Hunter is a trial lawyer who has successfully handled cases in all of Delaware’s state and federal courts, with particular expertise handling large commercial and trade secrets disputes in the Delaware Superior Court’s Complex Commercial Litigation Division (“CCLD”). He routinely litigates complex commercial and intellectual property cases involving business contracts, mergers and acquisitions, trade secrets, patent disputes, insurance coverage, and products liability. He has served as trial counsel in some of Delaware’s largest trials, including two of the largest cases ever filed in the CCLD, as well as trial counsel in large arbitrations filed with the American Arbitration Association. Travis serves on the Delaware Superior Court’s Rules Committee and the CCLD Rules Committee, and he is an active member of the American Bar Association’s Section of Commercial and Business Litigation. He has completed the Federal Trial Practice Seminar, sponsored by the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware. In 2019, Travis was named as one of the nation’s top young trial attorneys by Law360.

Nicole K. Pedi

Associate
Richards Layton & Finger

Nicole focuses her practice primarily on commercial and intellectual property litigation in Delaware’s state and federal courts.

While in law school, Nicole served as a student works editor for the Villanova Law Review, receiving the Villanova Law Review Dedication Award in 2015. She also served as a legal writing teaching assistant for Professor Candace Centeno. Nicole argued in Villanova’s 55th annual Theodore L. Reimel Moot Court Competition, where her team was awarded first place and she was selected as the best oralist of the competition. She was also awarded Villanova’s Leadership and Scholarship Award by the law school faculty, and was presented with the Dorothy Day Award for completing over 40 hours of pro bono service.

Prior to attending law school, Nicole worked as a district representative for a New York state senator for two years, and participated in a number of political campaigns in New York.


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