Caroline Morgan is guest on Epiq’s CyberSide Chats podcast to discuss attorney client privilege during a cyber incident.

Caroline Morgan is guest on Epiq’s CyberSide Chats podcast to discuss attorney client privilege during a cyber incident.

Our privacy and litigation partner Caroline Morgan recently spoke with the Senior Director of Worldwide Privacy at Herbalife Nutrition for an episode of Epiq’s CyberSide Chats on the topic of preserving the attorney client privilege during a cyber incident.

Here is a brief description of Caroline’s guest appearance:

Jerich is joined by Melissa Parisi of Herbalife Nutrition and Caroline Morgan of Culhane Meadows to discuss the topic of retaining privilege after engaging a cyber attorney during or after a cyber incident. An organization may lose legal privilege after a cyber incident if they don’t take some of the steps that Caroline & Melissa discuss in this episode. In the event of post-incident litigation, the do’s and don’ts covered can make or break a defense strategy.

Click here for the full podcast. Happy listening!

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