Tara Emory, PMP

December 1, 2015

Counsel’s Guide to Defensible Deletion of Corporate Data

In today’s digital age, organizations are constantly faced with the risk of costly consequences from delay in the implementation of a defensible deletion program for their electronically stored information (ESI). As data accumulates, companies waste precious resources to maintain that data, at the expense of innovation and revenue. In fact, 96 percent of respondents to an industry survey agreed a defensible deletion strategy is “absolutely necessary” to reduce the costs and risks associated with information retention, according to an article by the American Bar Association.
October 8, 2015

Information Governance for Healthcare

Many companies have rolled out some form of B.Y.O.D. programs, some a little more thought through than others. However, much like the rogue IT group that takes a large corporation to the “cloud” over a weekend without consulting legal, there are serious ramifications a lax B.Y.O.D. program can have on both Information Security and eDiscovery.
June 3, 2015

Best Practices for In-House Management of Data Privacy and Security Matters

Does your organization adequately protect private and confidential information? How would you respond to a loss or breach of data? Data security breaches surged last year, exposing tons of sensitive customer, employee and corporate information to hackers. These breaches pose significant risks as companies are faced with costly claims and loss of customer trust.
February 16, 2015

What the Judges Said: Top 10 Takeaways from 2015 LegalTech Judges Panel

At this year’s Legal Tech, I once again had the honor of moderating the Judges Panel, including Judge John Facciola (D.D.C., retired), Judge Andrew Peck (S.D.N.Y), Judge Frank Maas (S.D.N.Y), and Judge Elizabeth Laporte (N.D.Cal.). This time, we had a provocative topic (or, perhaps –as Judge Peck put it–, a depressing one): “What’s Wrong with Discovery?”