Five Great Reads on Data Discovery and Legal Discovery for March 2020

From business continuity considerations to cybersecurity attacks, the March 2020 edition of the Five Great Reads on Data Discovery and Legal Discovery newsletter provides a selection of recent and relevant articles and research shared to update legal, information technology, and business professionals on the art and science of eDiscovery.

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Five Great Reads on Data Discovery and Legal Discovery is a subscription newsletter regularly highlighting at least five articles to inform and update legal and information technology professionals on the art and science of data discovery1 and legal discovery2.


Individuals and Organizations Highlighted in the March Edition include:

  • Andrew Heinzman
  • Cali Williams Yost
  • European Commission
  • Federal Trade Commission
  • Gabriela Nicolao
  • HaystackID
  • Jon Porter
  • Kieren McCarthy
  • Kristo Vaher
  • Lawrence Abrams
  • Luciano Martins
  • Mark Graham
  • Open Cybersecurity Alliance
  • Shyam Oza
  • William Arruda
  • U.S. Government (Interagency Publication)
  • Zapier
  • ComplexDiscovery

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Data Discovery is the exploration of patterns and trends within unstructured data with the objective of uncovering insight and driving action.
Electronic Discovery (Legal Discovery) is the process of identifying, preserving, collecting, processing, searching, reviewing and producing electronically stored information that may be relevant to a civil, criminal, or regulatory matter.


Additional Reading

Source: ComplexDiscovery

ComplexDiscovery combines original industry research with curated expert articles to create an informational resource that helps legal, business, and information technology professionals better understand the business and practice of data discovery and legal discovery.

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