Join Us November 17!
A recent case ruled that post-breach forensic reports prepared by third-party vendors are not protected under the attorney work-product doctrine. Let’s walk through what this means.
Join us for a fireside chat with Kelly Geary, EPIC’s National Practice Leader-Executive and Cyber Risk, as well as Lemme Coverage Counsel & Claims Leader, and Karen Painter Randall, Chair of Cybersecurity, Data Privacy and Incident Response Group at Connell Foley LLP, as they discuss the implications from a recent case where the court ruled that post-breach forensic reports prepared by third-party vendors were not protected under the attorney work-product doctrine.
Our presenters will share:
- Best practices and strategies law firms can implement to help protect against the discoverability of post-breach forensic report
- Tips for law firms to properly vet forensic firms
More About our Co-Host Connell Foley LLP
Connell Foley LLP offers a comprehensive range of legal services in both established and emerging areas of law, including alternative dispute resolution, banking, bankruptcy, corporate law, construction, cybersecurity, ERISA, employment and labor, environmental, insurance, professional liability, product liability and toxic torts, real estate and land use, taxation and estate planning, and white collar criminal defense.