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Properly Preserving Digital Evidence

Digital forensics play an increasingly significant role in civil litigation. Your actions, or even non-actions, can affect the integrity and admissibility of digital evidence. This article should

Streamlining the Admissibility of ESI: Amendments to Federal Rule of Evidence 902

Streamlining the Admissibility of ESI: Amendments to Federal Rule of Evidence 902 On December 1, 2017, amendments to Federal Rule of Evidence 902 became effective, streamlining the process of

Recent Developments in EU/US Cross-Border Data Transfers

Recent Developments in EU/US Cross-Border Data Transfers Late last year we provided an update on DiscoverReady’s certification under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield agreement, and shared some

Whyte Walkers Hack The HBO Wall

While Preparing For The Whyte Walkers, Hackers Breach The HBO Wall Is your corporate data at risk?  Does a dragon cook his fish before he eats it? The HBO data breach saga continues:  New

InfoSec Guidance for In-House & Outside Counsel

Some InfoSec Guidance for In-House and Outside Counsel: ACC Issues its "Model Information Protection and Security Controls" In previous posts here on the blog, we’ve explored the ever-increasing

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