With two weeks remaining until EU data protection authorities (DPAs) begin enforcing the Court of Justice of the European Union’s decision striking down the Safe Harbor adequacy decision, many organizations…
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eDiscovery has taken the legal arena by storm, upending the discovery process for many seasoned attorneys. Those striving to keep up with the times are taking the initiative to explore…
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As the new year begins, it’s time for eDiscovery counsel to take stock and make resolutions for the coming year. A recent article from Jared Coseglia, the founder and president…
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As we usher in the new year, the editorial staff at The Chronicle of eDiscovery for Financial Services would like to wish all of our readers a safe and Happy…
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The proliferation of nontraditional data in the working world is making the eDiscovery process more challenging than ever. From audio and chatrooms, to mobile applications, to photos, text messaging and…
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With the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) going into effect earlier this month, legal teams are more mindful than ever about the costs of preparing matters for trial.…
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In “Ethical E-Discovery: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know,” author and eDiscovery counsel Samantha Ettari brings to light key elements in a new opinion released by the California Bar Association…
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One of the most complex decisions at the onset of a legal matter is whether to keep document review in house or to outsource it to a third party. According…
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For financial services companies, law firms and other organizations engaged in complex cross-border matters, the nullification of the Safe Harbor framework last month by the Court of Justice of the…
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Predictive coding, also referred to as technology-assisted review (TAR), has been surrounded by an air of mystery since its inception. As a result, legal counsel and their clients continue to…
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