Chapter 3: Drafting documentation
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Chapter 3 provides an overview regarding legal, organizational, and other requirements or reasons to prepare documentation relating to compliance with AI laws. It contains practical guidance on what types of documents an organization may need or benefit from and how to organize documents. It also contains a sample list of document categories that many organizations need. It provides basic drafting tips and recommendations on how to avoid pitfalls. It flags legal considerations, including attorney-client privilege, and recommends approaches that mitigate litigation risks. Readers can also find in-depth considerations for warnings, notices, and mechanisms to obtain consent, with detailed guidance and sample wording for consent prompts.

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