November 30, 2017

The “Uber” Problem with Self-Destructing Messaging Apps

One of the most significant lawsuits in the country involves a key eDiscovery issue of which counsel and clients should be aware: the dangers of using self-destructing messaging applications. The litigation in question – Waymo v. Uber – involves tech titans Google (Waymo) and Uber, which are
November 28, 2017

The GDPR: Five Changes to EU Data Protection Law You Need to Know

A significant legal enactment is taking place in Europe that will have far reaching consequences on the litigation and information governance practices of U.S. organizations. On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect and
November 14, 2017

Key eDiscovery Insights for the Courts and Counsel from the Federal Judicial Center

The Federal Judicial Center (FJC) has just updated one of the more useful and practical guides for addressing electronic discovery. Entitled Managing Discovery of Electronic Information, the guide provides common sense direction to judges on how to best manage
October 17, 2017

Advice for First-Time Relativity Fest Attendees

We are well into October and for the eDiscovery profession, that means Relativity Fest is right around the corner. I attended last year for the first time and have some recommendations for anyone coming to their inaugural Relativity Fest this year.
October 3, 2017

Smart Discovery Practices Required for Addressing Smartphone Discovery

A little over a decade ago, Apple Inc.’s chief executive officer, Steve Jobs, announced the upcoming release of a “revolutionary” development: the iPhone. The iPhone would combine telephone functionality and “Breakthrough Internet Communications” with a wide, touch-screen interface. All of which would
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