Attorney/Client Privileged Information

Confidential communications between a client and an attorney for the purpose of securing legal advice. For the privilege of confidentiality to exist, the communication must be to, from, or with an attorney.

Frequently Used by: 

Faculty
Staff
Researchers

Category: 

Sensitive

Examples: 

  • Communications related to a lawsuit.
  • Communications related to a contract, such as email between the U-M Office of the General Counsel and Procurement Services related to a contract dispute with a vendor.

M+Box Core Apps: 

Permitted

M+Google Mail and Calendar: 

Permitted

M+Google Drive (Docs): 

Permitted

M+Google Sites, Talk, Groups, Tasks: 

Permitted

M+Google Additional Services (Non-Core): 

Not Permitted

UMHS Exchange Email and Calendar: 

Permitted

CTools: 

Permitted

Wolverine Access: 

Permitted

MiDatabase: 

Permitted

MiServer: 

Permitted

Desktop Virtualization (VDI): 

Permitted

TSM Backup: 

Permitted

MiWorkspace: 

Permitted

Sitemaker: 

Not Permitted

Virtualization as a Service (VaaS): 

Permitted

Value Storage: 

Not Permitted

Mainstream Storage: 

Permitted

Data Warehouse: 

Permitted

ITS Exchange Email and Calendar: 

Permitted

Desktop Backup (Powered by CrashPlan): 

Permitted

Personally Owned Devices (phone, tablet, laptop, etc.): 

Permitted

Flux: 

Permitted

MiShare: 

Permitted

M Cloud Amazon Web Services (AWS): 

Permitted

Globus: 

Permitted

MiVideo: 

Not Permitted

M+Box Additional Apps (Non-Core): 

Not Permitted

M Cloud - Amazon Web Services GovCloud: 

Permitted

Qualtrics: 

Permitted

Digital Signage: 

Not Permitted

eResearch: 

Permitted

Blue Jeans Video Conferencing: 

Permitted