Posted on: November 20, 2013in White Papers
The Importance of Federal Rule of Evidence 502
There is a buzz throughout the industry as to whether or not Rule 502 orders and agreements should be standard. Some believe Rule 502 has the potential to do away with privilege logs in civil matters.
Before we tackle the question of ‘do we need privilege logs anymore,’ we need to take a closer look at the importance of Federal Rule 502.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
- The history and reception of Rule 502;
- How 502(d) orders and 502(e) agreements differ and which provides more protection;
- Advantages, challenges and best practices for implementing a 502(d) order or 502(e) agreement.
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