For years now, creating privilege logs has been associated with a tedious and expensive process that often yields little tangible benefit. Traditionally, for each document withheld on privileged grounds, parties have been providing a detailed log including date information, senders/authors, recipients (including cc/bcc), a description of the subject matter and a prima facie explanation as to why the document is privileged or otherwise protected from disclosure. Providing this level of detail for every document withheld can require a herculean effort and cost clients thousands of dollars.
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