In City of E. St. Louis v. Monsanto Corp., Illinois District Judge David W. Dugan, finding “Defendants have demonstrated good cause for a Rule 502(d) order”, granted the defendants’ request for a 502(d) order to protect the parties against waiver of privilege, over the objections of the plaintiff.
Jim Gill of Hanzo is back with another post on what to expect from compliance archiving solutions! This time, he’s discussing five compliance archiving features that you should expect!
This seems to be my week for listening to podcasts about AI! This one was hosted by EDRM, and it involved more AI talk, this time with a government perspective in mind with two thought leaders from Deloitte!
I’m back with another guest post for the Avansic blog! This time, I’m discussing six planning items you need to address before the case is filed!
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.
According to a new report from the Identity Theft Resource Center® (ITRC), about four in ten consumers say their personal information has been stolen, compromised or misused in the past year.
I’ve said numerous times that eDiscovery isn’t just about litigation anymore – eDiscovery workflows can be used for an increasing number of use cases. You can add Incident Response to that list of eDiscovery use cases.
With the recent ruling in this case, discovery of data from collaboration apps is more important than ever. With that in mind, Hanzo and ACEDS have launched the third annual Hanzo + ACEDS Collaboration Data Survey!
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.
A recent podcast involved a discussion of common AI misconceptions in the legal industry and how to address them with some great tips for legal professionals out there.
Major corporations fall victim to cyberattacks all the time, but this one was evidently hacked because of an obvious and weak password.
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.
Here’s a terrific blog post from Jeffrey Wolff of IPRO, who was terrific yesterday in the ACEDS webinar that he and I presented about Early Data Assessment, on 10 eDiscovery defining trends in 2023!
Florida District Judge Aileen Cannon appointed a Special Master in the Trump case involving the Justice Department probe of documents at former President Donald Trump’s Florida home Mar-a-Lago last month.
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.
The regulatory landscape for protecting data is constantly evolving. As Cimplifi discusses, there is technology available for automating privacy compliance!
There are some interesting educational events coming up for ProSearch this fall, including Chat in Discovery, the Metaverse and the Future of Work!
Join us for this ACEDS webinar tomorrow, sponsored by IPRO to find out how Early Data Assessment is changing and why it matters!
Are you “jonesing” for more Alex Jones discovery misconduct stories? See what I did there? 😉 Well, here you go, this time in Connecticut!
At least according to two veteran Facebook engineers being deposed over the Cambridge Analytica scandal – Facebook has no idea where they keep your personal data.
It may be fall, but there is no fall off with new and interesting eDiscovery case law disputes! So, come join us as we discuss some great new cases in our September 2022 EDRM case law webinar!
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.
In Red Wolf Energy Trading, LLC v. BIA Capital Mgmt., LLC, Massachusetts District Judge Mark L. Wolf granted the plaintiff’s Second Motion for Sanctions and awarded a default judgment sanction against the defendants for “repeated” discovery misconduct, including failing to produce a smoking gun Slack exchange.
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!
Healthcare is a highly innovative, lucrative, and regulated industry, which also makes it a highly litigious industry. Which is why you need to attend the upcoming Hanzo webinar on five healthcare litigation trends for 2022!
Cost is the driving factor behind so many eDiscovery decisions, and quite often, we reactively review matters to see where costs could have been saved. If that’s you, Avansic and ACEDS have a webinar for you that will show you how to reduce your eDiscovery costs by half by doing 5 things EARLY!
Cybersecurity and court rooms collide! The Uber data breach trial is getting started almost 5 years after Uber announced the breach – which was concealed for more than a year.
Wow! Congrats to HaystackID® with this announcement – that HaystackID acquires Business Intelligence Associates (BIA)!
This week’s Hanzo post comes from Dave Ruel, who provides the second part in his series on Gmail. This post discusses eDiscovery challenges with Gmail data!
My latest blog post for IPRO’s blog discusses how cases involving authentication of evidence are happening more often and why.
In Miloedu, Inc. v. James, California Magistrate Judge Robert M. Illman, noting that the defendants’ arguments were “beyond meritless” and “cannot be characterized any way other than utterly frivolous”, granted the plaintiff’s request to compel production of discovery, as well as attorneys’ fees.
According to IBM, it takes an average of 287 days for security teams to identify and contain a data breach. Apparently, the timeline for notification of customers potentially affected can be even longer.
Earlier this week, Cimplifi continued its “between a rock and a hard place” series with this post to show you how to take data protection to another level with these six programs!
Time for another thought leader interview on eDiscovery Today! This time, I’m interviewing Ron Godier, the Founder and CEO of Intalegence!
What to do after two days of back-to-back webinars? Promote the next one! 😉 Join us for this ACEDS webinar to find out how Early Data Assessment is changing and why it matters!
Congrats to ProSearch, for the announcement of their renewal of their ISO 27001 certification! Here’s a portion of the press release.
Jim Gill of Hanzo takes a break from eDiscovery by the numbers this week to ask a simple question: Why Not Just Retain Everything In Slack?
Commentary on Managing International Legal Holds from The Sedona Conference: eDiscovery Best Practices
The Sedona Conference® (TSC) and its Working Group 6 on International Electronic Information Management, Discovery, and Disclosure (WG6) has announced that The Sedona Conference Commentary on Managing International Legal Holds (“Commentary”) has been published for public comment.
Data mining has increasingly become one of the largest expenses during a cyber incident. Tomorrow’s webcast from HaystackID will discuss data mining in incident response!
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