It’s Compliance Day! Believe it or not, Jeopardy is still going on (and so is Alek Trebek, even through Stage 4 pancreatic cancer) and the game show recently started syndication on a new season. If you’re a Jeopardy nut and an eDiscovery expert (or “wanna be” expert), this recent article from Compliance is for you! The post Here’s Your eDiscovery Jeopardy Quiz, Courtesy of Compliance: eDiscovery Trends appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin
Your company received a document subpoena in a legal dispute in which it is not involved. Or it received a data request from a consumer under the GDPR or California Consumer Privacy Act. Who covers the expense in responding to it?   If the subpoena issued is in federal litigation, your company is likely responsible for the cost of compliance, especially if it has a connection to the litigation. Companies must also foot the…
I recently interviewed Marc Zamsky, Chief Executive Officer of Compliance. We covered so much with regard to eDiscovery trends that we couldn’t fit it all in a single blog post. Part One of my interview was published Monday, here is part two. The post Thought Leader Interview with Marc Zamsky of Compliance, Part Two: eDiscovery Trends and Best Practices appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…
The US Department of Justice issued a press released that UK national Nathan Wyatt (age 39) “…admitted that, beginning in 2016, he was a member of The Dark Overlord, a hacking group that was responsible for remotely accessing the computer networks of multiple U.S. companies without authorization.  Victims in the Eastern District of Missouri included healthcare providers, accounting firms, and others.”  The September 21, 2020 press release entitled “Judge sentences UK National for role
Today’s weekly blog post for Ipro’s blog continues a new six(!) part series started last week on considering the five stakeholder groups of EDRM’s Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM). This week, we discuss the information needs, primary objectives and recommendations for Legal stakeholders. The post Legal Stakeholders and the Information Governance Reference Model: Information Governance Best Practices appeared first on eDiscovery Today by Doug Austin.…
As a dejected young lawyer returning from an unsuccessful motion hearing, a senior partner consoled me by saying that he once lost “a motion to set against a pro se plaintiff.” And while that story lifted my spirits, I doubted its veracity. You may similarly doubt that Dartmouth College could The post Dartmouth Loses In-House Counsel Privilege Dispute with Pro Se Expelled Student appeared first on Presnell on Privileges.…
Last month, I covered the case McMaster v. Kohl’s Dep’t Stores, Inc. where Michigan Magistrate Judge R. Steven Whalen gave what I thought was a well-considered ruling regarding the parties’ search term dispute. He ordered the parties to consult an expert to assist them in resolving the dispute, but I’ve seen other judges rule on search term disputes themselves. Is that a good thing and do lawyers and judges understand search terms as well as…
Your website is an important part of your business. Chances are, you’re investing both time and money to ensure that it attracts customers and satisfies their needs so that they decide to do business with you. Now that the global coronavirus pandemic has closed or limited many brick-and-mortar stores, business has been driven online. …