Extract from Doug Austin's article "Another Sedona Conference Commentary Published: eDiscovery Best Practices"
Last week, I discussed two public comment publications from The Sedona Conference® (TSC) from last year that were published in final form over the past few weeks. Now, TSC has announced a new publication from and its Working Group 11 on Data Security and Privacy Liability (WG11) that evaluates the application of the attorney-client privilege and work-product protection doctrine to an organization’s cybersecurity information.
Last week, TSC and its WG11 group announced the public comment version of its Commentary on Application of Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Protection to Documents and Communications Generated in the Cybersecurity Context (Commentary), which may be the longest title for a TSC publication ever.
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