The Latest Ediscovery Industry Developments
Court cases and other legal matters directly impact your job. Here you’ll find the latest ediscovery industry news.
PREX is about introducing you to colleagues, whether across town or across the country, who are navigating the same challenges and successes that you are.
According to a mid-year report, 3,813 data breaches have exposed 4.1 billion records so far in 2019. What can companies do to enhance data security?
The Investigations Landscape: Findings From the H5/ATL 2019 Corporate Investigations Survey found that more than 60% of businesses surveyed anticipate managing a higher number of investigations in the coming years. What does this mean for you? Your odds of facing an internal investigation will continue to climb.
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places: FTC Accuses Match.com of Capitalizing on Fake “Love Interest” Emails
Bad news for people who are using online dating services to try to find their next love interest: there might be fewer legitimate fish in the online dating sea than it appears.
If you’re like about half of adults in the U.S., you use a digital voice assistant, whether it’s on your phone, tablet, or another device such as an Amazon Echo. But who’s listening to what you say, and what are they doing with that information?
PREX was a truly inspiring event designed to promote excellence and innovation among ediscovery professionals.
The 2019 report demonstrated that corporate ediscovery is hitting a transition point. As we unpacked the responses from the nearly 250 participants, we saw the emergence of three distinct types of teams handling corporate ediscovery.
The Sedona Conference just published a long awaited revision to its legal hold best practices guide.
The EDRM Workshop is a highlight of the year, and as is often the case with ediscovery get-togethers, the topics were timely, the Duke University campus outstanding, and it’s always a pleasure to catch up with friends old and new.
French data-privacy regulators just imposed a $57 million fine on Google for violating the GDPR. Here’s how ediscovery professionals should respond.