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E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News


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Posted on: Oct 2, 2018

It’s time to think outside the box of familiar sources of electronically stored information (ESI). Our devices are tracking us, and the data they collect is making its way into the courtroom. Discovery and smart technology was the topic of “The Connected World: A Lawyer’s Guide to the Internet of Things,” the latest CLE from the E-Discovery, Information Governance and Cybersecurity Section of the IndyBar.

Posted on: Sep 27, 2018

In the eDiscovery lifecycle,  collection  is the stage of copying electronically stored information in order to make it available to the legal team for review and production. Identification determines the scope of  collection  while preservation ensures that relevant ESI is there when it’s needed.  Collection  follows and depends on identification and preservation. There are four pillars of defensible collection plans.

Posted on: Aug 16, 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) poses significant new risks in copying, transferring and using EU-based data in US legal matters. The problem is acute for US companies with employees in Europe.

Posted on: Aug 2, 2018

The legal hold is the mainstay of eDiscovery preservation for businesses of all sizes. Legal holds are implemented using a written legal hold notice. An effective legal hold moves through four distinct stages: draft the notice; distribute the notice; manage the hold; and release the hold.

Posted on: Jul 24, 2018

Preservation in eDiscovery is at the intersection of law, technology and strategy. It must fulfill the party’s legal duty. It should be technologically feasible and cost-effective. And it offers the best return on investment when it is treated as part of – not apart from – the litigation plan.


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