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Emerging ESI Sources & Their Impact on eDiscovery

Late last year the Sedona Conference released their final version of the third edition of its principles addressing electronic document production. These principles were the result of years of collaboration between the drafting team and other members of the e-discovery community. It had been a decade since the second edition was published, and there have…

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5 Takeaways From Tech Leaders’ Content Moderation Conference

Article originally appeared on Legaltech News by Caroline Spiezio Tech companies’ legal leaders and policy experts gathered at Santa Clara University School of Law on Feb. 2 for a day of panels on content moderation and removal. Tech companies’ legal leaders and policy experts gathered at Santa Clara University School of Law on Feb. 2…

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3 Ways the eDiscovery Industry Continues to Grow

Extract from article by Secure Data The eDiscovery market is growing rapidly. The industry is expected to explode by 15.6% by 2021. Because the processes around eDiscovery are complex, many potential clients are just learning of its potential. eDiscovery is the technological discovery, identification, and collection of electronically stored information (ESI) to be used in various…

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Insider Threats Still a Top Cyber Risk for Corporations

The common conception with cyber risk is that nearly all attacks come from cybercriminals and ransomware. However, Kroll’s Global Fraud & Risk Report found out that most of the time is a companies current and former employees who are behind most of the cyber security incidents. With the increasing in amount of attacks and damage…

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How The Cybersecurity Legal Landscape Changed In 2017

Extract from article by Jonathan Kolodner, Daniel Ilan and Rahul Mukhi on Law360.com Over the last year, the existential risk posed by cyberattacks and data security vulnerabilities has become one of the top concerns for boards of directors, management, government agencies and the public. 2017 was punctuated by a series of headline-grabbing breaches affecting scores…

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6 E-Discovery Predictions For 2018

Extract of article by Erich Potter of Law360.com With new rules and evolving technology, it is an interesting time for e-discovery. Practitioners are faced with the unique challenge of implementing these new rules and technologies while also controlling costs in the face of exploding data volumes for nearly every case. Today, the latest technologies and…

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Data Maps and Data Inventories

Extract from article by David Zetoony Knowing the type of data that you collect, where it is held, with whom it is shared, and how it is transferred is a central component of most data privacy and data security programs. The process of answering these questions is often referred to as a “data map” or…

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3 Insights Legal Pros Need to Finish 2017 Right

Extract from article by Sam Bock from Relativity.com  How to Invigorate Your Career TOP POSTS 4 Must-have Skills to Be Successful in e-Discovery Litigation Support (#2 and an old favorite) Why a Law Firm Partner Became a Chief Data Scientist (#3 and an old favorite) 4 Qualities Modern Corporations Need in their Legal Teams (#5) WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? It…

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5 Major E-Discovery Industry Developments in 2017

Extract from article by Rhys Dipshan from legaltechnews.com From market consolidation to new guidelines and data challenges, e-discovery in 2017 has become more focused on the staying ahead of the curve. “Since the 2015 amendments of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), the way attorneys and judges approach e-discovery has been undergoing a transformation. But in…

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2017 Litigation Trends Survey Results

Sources: Complex Discovery & Norton Rose Fulbright Thirteenth Edition of Litigation Trends Survey Highlights Ever-Increasing Threat to Cyber Security and Data Protection Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has released its 2017 Litigation Trends Annual Survey. This year’s survey polled more than 300 corporate counsel – primarily general counsel – representing US-based organizations on disputes-related issues…

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