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Weekly Top Story Digest – May 26, 2010

Weekly update of key industry news, views, and events highlighting key electronic discovery related stories, developments, and announcements for the week ending May 26, 2010.

Provided for your review/use is this week’s snapshot update of key industry news, views, and events highlighting key electronic discovery related stories, developments, and announcements.

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  1. A European Perspective on Cross Border Discovery – http://tinyurl.com/3yzjt8q
  2. Are Law Firm CIOs ‘Last Among Equals’? http://tinyurl.com/24opu9a
  3. Big Brother? More like Big Mother – http://bit.ly/aCgn1v
  4. Camerons Battles Backlash from Controversial Outsourcing Deal – http://tinyurl.com/266papu
  5. Could the BP Oil Spill Lead to an e-Discovery Disaster? http://tinyurl.com/27yx8sq
  6. Counsel’s Failure to Carry Out Discovery Obligations Results in Monetary Sanctions – http://tinyurl.com/25avlgj
  7. Court Order Provides Students, Parents Opportunity to View Images Captured by School-Issued Laptops – https://complexdiscovery.com
  8. Draft EDRM Production Standards Now Posted for Public Comment – http://bit.ly/ckhsHS
  9. Eight Steps to Information Risk Compliance – https://complexdiscovery.com
  10. Employee Email Privacy Considerations – http://tinyurl.com/25mrqe8
  11. Employers Monitor, Employees Push Back – http://tinyurl.com/23ppf8q
  12. Failure to Test Keywords by Sampling a Prominent Consideration in Court’s Finding of Waiver – http://tinyurl.com/2b7lyhd
  13. HR as a Source of Record Part 3: Transfers – http://tinyurl.com/3572hdp
  14. HR as a Source of Record Part 4: Terminations – http://tinyurl.com/27o5uw4
  15. HR as a Source of Record Part 5: Reliability and Accessibility – http://tinyurl.com/2bqxmdu
  16. Introducing the Discovery Readiness Program: Part 1 – http://tinyurl.com/2bhgzlj
  17. Judge Shields Identity of Online Critic Facing Baseless Lawsuit – http://bit.ly/a9XHUX
  18. The Legal Ethics of Cloud Computinghttp://bit.ly/dmKPaZ
  19. Lawyers “Step in It” Through Social Media Incompetence – http://bit.ly/cKm7hn
  20. Legal Secretary Sacked for Sending Personal Email from Work – https://complexdiscovery.com
  21. Litigators Need ESI Analytics – Not Boolean Search Tools – http://tinyurl.com/3abr9dv
  22. Objective Indexing: Facciola-Redgrave Framework – http://bit.ly/bG6Lak
  23. ‘Pension Committee’ Comes and Goes Around – http://tinyurl.com/32j9p2c
  24. Practice What You Preach When It Comes to Your Anti-Privacy Policies – http://bit.ly/aOhZhc
  25. Producing ESI in Compliance With the FRCP – http://tinyurl.com/3yfrryu
  26. Safe Harbor Certification May Not Mean Data Protection Compliance – http://tinyurl.com/27s74l3
  27. Social Networks Aid in Investigations – http://tinyurl.com/27maofo
  28. The Sedona Conference® Announces its 2nd Annual Intl Programme on Cross-Border E-Discvery & Data Privacy – http://tinyurl.com/3yh5q3h
  29. The Top Five Corporate Compliance Challenges of 2010 – http://ow.ly/1PLe3
  30. Twitter Fighting Pennsylvania Subpoena Seeking Names of 2 Tweeters – http://tinyurl.com/2c96s96

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