• The Self-Evaluative Privilege: An Alternative for Protecting Sensitive Internal Documents
  • August 25, 2010
  • Law Firm: Saul Ewing LLP - Harrisburg Office
  • A universal concern for in-house lawyers and their outside counsel is ensuring that sensitive documents, correspondence and information of a confidential nature are protected from disclosure to third parties. This concern is complicated for insurance companies that operate in a highly regulated environment subject to separate insurance department licensing and regulatory requirements in every state where they conduct business, and who must routinely respond to requests for information from regulators during market conduct examinations, financial examinations, data calls, investigations and other inquiries.