Privilege Log

A sample privilege log that may be used in federal civil litigation to explain why certain documents and other materials are being withheld on grounds of attorney-client privilege, work product protection or another recognized privilege or protection. This Standard Document has integrated drafting notes with important explanations and drafting tips.

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