Slow Down to Go Faster

Slow Down to Go Faster in Recruiting

If you are a leader in a company or Law Firm of any size, talent has become one of the critical components to your success. The pressure you feel to go faster than the competition is real, but it creates demands on employees to move just as quickly and for some parts of your business faster isn’t always better.

eDiscovery Today Enters Educational Partnership with UnitedLex

NEW YORK and HOUSTON, September 20, 2022 – Doug Austin and eDiscovery Today, the only daily blog for electronic discovery, information governance, cybersecurity and data privacy trends, best practices and case law, announced a partnership with UnitedLex, a leading data and professional services company for legal.

Google Rule 502(d)

Google Rule 502(d) Order Request is Granted by Court: eDiscovery Case Law

In the case In re Google RTB Consumer Privacy Litig., California Magistrate Judge Virginia K. DeMarchi granted the Google Rule 502(d) order request after noting the parties’ track record in handling other discovery disputes gave the Court reason to be doubtful that the Rule 502(d) would be unnecessary.

No Time for Just Kiddings

No Time for Just Kiddings When Negotiating Slack Custodians, Says Court: eDiscovery Case Law

In Twitter, Inc. v. Musk, Delaware Chancellor Kathaleen S. McCormick stating that “[i]n this highly expedited case, there is no time for just kiddings”, resolved the dispute between Twitter and Elon Musk regarding the number of custodians for which Twitter needed to produce Slack messages by ordering Twitter to produce Slack messages from two additional custodians over the six they originally proposed, not the 42 custodians sought by the defendants.

Clear Deficiencies

“Clear Deficiencies” in Production Leads to Sanctions for Elon Musk: eDiscovery Case Law

In Twitter, Inc. v. Musk, Delaware Chancellor Kathaleen S. McCormick stating that the plaintiff “identifies clear deficiencies in Defendants’ document production” granted two of the plaintiff’s four requests for relief: to suspend third-party discovery deadlines for the plaintiff, and for defendants to obtain and produce phone company records concerning the text messages that Elon Musk and (his right hand man) Jared Birchall sent or received during the relevant period.

Ten Big Data Statistics

Ten Big Data Statistics: Information Governance Trends

What do you do when you’re slammed and need a quick post on a Friday afternoon? Link to a great resource you discovered! Here are ten Big Data statistics that illustrate some of the information governance, compliance and cybersecurity we all face today!


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