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E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News


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Posted on: Jan 15, 2021

Looking to find your next great law clerk or show your support for diversity in our community? Employer and sponsor registration is now open for the 2021 Diversity Job Fair!

Posted on: Jan 8, 2021

New year’s resolutions are especially apropos in 2021 given that the prevailing attitude to the old year is goodbye and good riddance. Millions of unused gym memberships notwithstanding, resolutions can be effective when done right. The key is to be specific and realistic.

Posted on: Dec 9, 2020

Big data sets are the “new normal” of discovery and bring with them six sinister large data set challenges. These challenges range from classics like overly broad privileged screens, to newer risks in ensuring sensitive information does not inadvertently make its way into the hands of opposing parties or government regulators. While these challenges may seem insurmountable due to ever-increasing data volumes (and also tend to keep discovery program managers and counsel up at night) there are new solutions that can help mitigate these risks and optimize workflows.

Posted on: Dec 4, 2020

It's the season of giving and even during the hardships of 2020, generous sponsors, bidders and donors helped the Indianapolis Bar Foundation raise over $26,000 during IndyBar's Giving, this year's online silent auction to benefit the programs and initiatives of the foundation.

Posted on: Nov 17, 2020

Electronic discovery – like discovery generally – can bring out the best and the worst in lawyers. A process that is supposed to be about each side peacefully and politely exchanging documents and information so that their dispute can be fairly litigated is rarely genial. Combine the normal levels of discovery angst with the added technical stress of handling large volumes of emails, spreadsheets and PDFs, and it’s enough to turn any discovery dispute into a full-blown “discovery war.”

Posted on: Nov 16, 2020

Three-quarters of Americans use social media and most use several platforms. Many people visit their favorite sites at least once a day. Some social media users are passive consumers but more are actively creating content. That all adds up to a whole lot of potentially discoverable data. 

Posted on: Nov 13, 2020

2020 has been (and no doubt will continue to be) like riding a roller coaster in a hurricane. Fortunately, for the IndyBar, we have a committed membership that has responded in amazing ways. While the pandemic will affect the practice of law for years to come, we can all be proud of the work our association did to respond in positive and uplifting ways. In a non-COVID year, we would typically recognize our IndyBar award winners at our annual Recognition Breakfast — typically a packed event with comradery and good cheer. Like many things this year, we will recognize our award winners in different (but no less important) ways.

Posted on: Nov 6, 2020

IndyBar will be offering free wills to Indy-area residents who cannot afford an attorney on Tuesday, November 10. This offering was originally being offered exclusively to veterans in conjunction with Veteran’s Day; however, we have a few openings still available so we are opening the opportunity up to all residents subject to meeting financial requirements at 150% of the Federal Poverty guidelines.

Posted on: Oct 23, 2020

As 2020 ticks to a close, IndyBar sections and divisions are in the process of evaluating their committee rosters and determining vacancies for 2021. Now is the perfect time to indicate your interest in serving on a committee. While space is limited, every effort will be made to involve anyone expressing interest in some capacity.

Posted on: Oct 19, 2020

If past is prologue, the future is bright for the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). That was an expert panel’s implicit answer to the question posed by the Relativity Fest 2019 session “Is It Time to Rethink the EDRM?”


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