In the Office episode The Deposition, Jan sues Dunder Mifflin for wrongful termination. During the deposition she pulls out Michael's journal to help her case.
Suppose Michael encrypted his entries (let's put aside if he has the intelligence to understand encryption and how to use it), if Jan found the journal and suspected it may help her, could she give it to the lawyer and have him force Michael hand over the key?
When Michael bring up that no one has the right to read his diary, the corporate lawyer refutes him:
Michael: I don't think anyone in this room has the right to read my diary.
Diane Kelly: It's basic discovery. We have the right to review it.
If Dunder Mifflin suspected his journal could help them, could they force him to hand over his encryption key?
Does the right to review it mean Michael has to hand over his key?