Slack is pumping out data at an inconceivable rate. Trying to collect potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) from Slack is like trying to drink from a firehose. There’s too much data coming in and too much of it is entirely irrelevant.
The acquisition of eBrevia aligns with Donnelley Financial Solutions’ commitment to providing clients with best-in-class secure data aggregation, due diligence, compliance and risk management solutions.
Logikcull ranked first for user satisfaction in the recently published G2Crowd Momentum Grid. The G2Crowd Momentum Grid report assesses independent, third-party reviews as part of a proprietary user satisfaction algorithm that includes company growth and year-over-year performance considerations.
The acquisition of Evidox deepens QDiscovery’s expertise across its core offerings and expands its presence in New England with additional offices in Boston and Portland, ME.
The move combines the comprehensive legal services offering of Elevate with the data science team and AI engine of LexPredict, creating more sophisticated technology-enabled solutions for law departments and law firms.
Because user data on the blockchain is pseudonymized, it is subject to the GDPR. GDPR compliance is not about the technology, but rather how the technology is used to process personal data.
In June 2018, the EU legislative institutions announced that they had reached agreement on a framework for the free flow of non-personal data in the European Union (the “Draft Regulation”). After its formal adoption, the Draft Regulation will become directly applicable law in all EU Member States six months after its official publication.
If an electronic document is too good to be true, it may not be. It is important that you question the origin of important evidence, that you ignore popular wisdom and look a gift horse in the mouth.
CVC Capital Partners (“CVC”) today [September 20, 2018] announced that funds managed by CVC will make a majority interest investment in UnitedLex.
Nearly 40% of the Deloitte respondents said their organisation will spend $5 million or more on blockchain technology in the coming year. Experts say the technology can provide substantial benefits for users who match blockchain with the right business cases.