It’s no secret that we have entered a new world of branch banking. In seconds, checks can be deposited to a bank account faster than ever before through the use…
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In recent years eDiscovery has expanded from its traditional home bases of the United States and the United Kingdom into other territories from the European Union to Asia.  As the…
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We’ve spent a lot of time talking about data privacy and how to manage data transfers between Europe and the United States in recent weeks and months.  But how do…
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As a recent article on Attorney at Work points out, the Panama Papers scandal has been a game changer for law firms in terms of data security.   For many years…
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Finally, after several months of ambiguity, it seems like there might be some clarity on how data transfers between European Union Member States and the United States might be able to…
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The swiftness with which technology is evolving has even further commoditized many markets, including legal. The advent of such advanced technologies as predictive coding and advanced analytics alongside eDiscovery have…
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Controlling the costs of eDiscovery can be challenging when working on a legal matter. Not only do legal professionals need to recognize new and emerging data and file types, but…
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On December 1, 2015, a number of amendments were made to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, creating a whirlwind of change for veteran and novice legal professionals alike. Jason…
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The Court of Justice of the European Union issued its Safe Harbor ruling in October 2015, effectively upending the nearly two-decades-long practice that enabled the safe cross-border transfer of personal…
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With Legaltech® New York getting underway, Manhattan is home to more than the usual number of legal professionals this week. While IT has been important to the legal profession for…
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