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E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News


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Posted on: Jul 30, 2020

As lawyers we must be guided by the Rules of Professional Conduct in all aspects of our work. Today that includes competence in relevant technology. Technology is deeply embedded in contemporary legal practice, while data security is a universal concern across the legal sector. Litigators additionally must contend with the evolving demands of e-discovery.

Posted on: Jul 10, 2020

The brand new IndyBarHQ facility, opened in 2020, boasts meeting spaces now available for reservation! Our flexible meeting rooms feature state-of-the art technology, reliable wi-fi connectivity and easy access via private street-level entrances.

Posted on: Jun 18, 2020

The IndyBar E-Discovery, Cybersecurity and Information Governance Section leaders Jennifer Tudor Wright and Katrina Gossett Kelly recently presented another successful and informative CLE entitled Practical Tips to Bolster your Legal Hold Notice. Jennifer and Katrina drew on their e-discovery experience and reviewed key elements of a legal hold notice, case law updates, confidentiality/privilege issues and additional considerations for attorneys and their clients.

Posted on: Jun 4, 2020

Metadata should not be confused with “native” documents because metadata and production of a document in “native” format are not the same thing.

Posted on: Jun 1, 2020

The IndyBar exists to serve members of the legal profession, and through our members we serve the community. Lawyers are problem-solvers, defenders of the rule of law. We spend our days seeking to improve the lives of our clients and our communities. We have an opportunity and a privilege to help. 

Posted on: May 20, 2020

This article highlights three of the most common mistakes in using presentation technology – and strategies to avoid them.

Posted on: May 20, 2020

Skeleton crews at the office and the general distraction of the developing COVID-19 situation create windows of opportunity for social engineering tactics such as phishing. Now is a good time to remind your team that they are the first, and in some cases the only line of defense against social engineering.

Posted on: May 18, 2020

Presentation technology is a powerful persuasive tool. Sophisticated demonstratives, deposition video clips and exhibit callout and annotation tools help lawyers advocate more effectively. Moreover, using technology is efficient and reduces the total time of the proceedings. 

Posted on: May 18, 2020

Cyber criminals see opportunity in the pandemic. Some exploit security vulnerabilities in remote working. Others prey on people’s fears by crafting phishing emails and malware-infected websites purportedly about the coronavirus. You don’t have to be a security expert to fight back. We can all make a difference by following good security practices in our day to day work. These are five data security do’s and don’ts for everyone.

Posted on: May 7, 2020

No one should be intimidated by presentation technology. However, it isn’t simply a matter of bringing your computer to court either. Like every aspect of legal work, using presentation technology has best practices and potential pitfalls. Planning and preparation are the keys to avoiding common mistakes and presenting your best case.


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