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EU-US Privacy Shield: Good News & Bad News

We’ve got some good news and some bad news regarding the EU-US Privacy Shield, the trans-Atlantic data transfer framework approved by regulators in July of 2016. The good news first: The U.S.

Florida Leads the Way in Requiring Technology CLE – Let’s Hope Others Follow

New Requirements of Florida Bar CLE in Technology Florida’s Supreme Court recently approved a proposal mandating that Florida Bar members complete three credit hours of continuing legal education

EU-US Privacy Shield – The Price of Admission

On July 12, 2016, the European Commission announced its final approval of the EU-US Privacy Shield framework, which replaces the US Department of Commerce "Safe Harbor" program. Safe Harbor formerly

Magistrate Judge Peck Encourages Litigants – But Won’t Force Them – to Use TAR

"A decisive 'NO.'" That’s Magistrate Judge Peck's answer to the question of whether a party may be forced to use technology assisted review to locate responsive documents when it preferred to use

“Predictive Coding Must Be the Way Forward” – So Says the UK High Court of Justice

Back in March we reported on Pyrrho Investments Ltd. v. MWB Property Ltd., the first order by a British court approving the use of the use of technology assisted review (TAR) for litigation