Celesq Webinar: Lessons from 'Michael Cohen v. United States'

Webinar | March.13.2019 | 2pm - 3pm (Eastern Daylight Time)

Online Webinar

Please join Orrick at Celesq’s webinar, Lessons from 'Michael Cohen v. United States', on March 13, where Orrick’s Ellen Murphy, Scott Morvillo, Wendy Butler Curtis, Jeremiah Weasenforth, and Kelly Cullen will be presenting.

On April 9, 2018, the FBI raided the office, home, and hotel room of President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, seizing business records, emails, and electronic data from computers and data storage devices. Because Cohen is an attorney, the documents seized needed to be reviewed for attorney-client privileged communications before they could be turned over to federal investigators. The Court considered using Technology Assisted Review or “TAR” to expedite the privilege review process, but ultimately decided against it.

This seminar will explore TAR, how and why it’s an important tool in certain litigations, and why requiring the use of TAR as the sole arbiter for a privilege review in a criminal case is improper and potentially unconstitutional.

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