Topic: Electronic Discovery / E-Discovery

Data Security and Privacy in Discovery – Finally Getting the Attention it Deserves

Last week at LegalTech West, as part of DiscoverReady’s Corporate Counsel CLE track, I facilitated a panel discussion on “Managing Data Security and Privacy in Discovery.” And I had the very

The Internet of Things — Let the Litigation Commence

Last year I posted on our blog about the “Internet of Things,” and explored some ideas about how the IoT could generate new types of litigation and create complex challenges for e-discovery

How to Go Where Angels Fear to Tread: Best Practices for Developing and Negotiating Keyword Search Terms

In United States v. O’Keefe, United States v. O’Keefe, 537 F. Supp. 2d 14 (D.D.C. 2008), former U.S. Magistrate Judge John Facciola tackled the subject of using keyword search terms to help

May the Luck of the Irish be With You (and Your TAR).

Just in time for a St. Patrick’s Day blog post, earlier this month the High Court in Dublin issued an order approving the use of technology assisted review (TAR). In Irish Bank Resolution

Beware the Public Wi-Fi

Ethics in e-Discovery One of the topics I speak about frequently is Ethics in e-Discovery. In my programs, I spend a good deal of time discussing the ethical duties to maintain the confidentiality of

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