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Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Google+ Email An extract from an article by Karen DeSouza and Nkosi Shields This past week, an Illinois district court dismissed, with leave to amend, claims relating…
This is the FTC’s fourth case enforcing Privacy Shield. It continues the FTC’s commitment to enforcing international privacy frameworks, making a total of 47 cases enforcing the Privacy Shield, the predecessor Safe Harbor framework, and the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Cross Border Privacy Rules framework.
Unstructured experimentation of blockchain solutions without strategic evaluation of the value at stake or the feasibility of capturing it means that many companies will not see a return on their investments.
This expert presentation will cover best practices for handling a mobile device at the outset of a matter, provide a framework for working with custodians to ensure a smooth forensic collection process, and highlight the differences between different forensic extraction types and how they affect data retrieval.
Epiq, a global leader in the legal services industry, today [July 9, 2018] announced that it acquired a majority interest in Controle, LLC, a leader in information governance services and solutions.
Different business stakeholders are often at odds with each other and matters are getting escalated to decision makers who had never been involved in the technically complex and largely misunderstood world of cookies.
The Summer 2018 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey is a non-scientific survey designed to provide insight into the business confidence level of individuals working in the eDiscovery ecosystem.
With the signing of the California Consumer Privacy Act last week, privacy advocates and commentators are beginning to consider and comment on the potential result of this action.
After seven grueling years, the smartphone case of the century is over. Lawyers for Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. informed U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District of California on Wednesday that “they have agreed to drop and settle their remaining claims and counterclaims in this matter.”