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Top News Stories of the Week – 2 January

Top Cyber Security Concerns for In-house Counsel. A new article spotlights some of the top cyber security concerns for in-house counsel in the New Year. Read more here.   Cost Savings Measures in eDiscovery. While eDiscovery is certainly a cost center, there are methods that counsel can employ to reduce many of those costs. Read more here. No

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Top News Stories of the Week – 18 December

New eDiscovery Rule Amendments? A recent article explores the need for new FRCP amendments to address continuing discovery problems. Read more here. 10 Legal Technology Predictions for 2018. Legaltech News recently published the predictions of various cognoscenti on what could transpire in 2018 relative to legal technology. Read more here.   Seasons Greetings from CTRL. CTRL thanks all of its sponsors, partners, and contributors

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Top News Stories of the Week – 11 December

Year in Review of Top eDiscovery Case Law. 2017 brought a number of fascinating developments on the eDiscovery case law front. Read more here.   The “Uber” Problem with Self-Destructing Messaging Apps. There are any number of discovery and information governance problems with self-destructing messaging applications. Read more here. Three Key Lessons from New TAR

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Top News Stories of the Week – 4 December

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Top News Stories of the Week – 27 November

CTRL Initiative Conducting Annual Analytics Survey. CTRL has once again commissioned the IG Initiative to conduct its annual survey to gauge the use of analytics among in-house legal departments. Take the survey here. Explosive Letter Highlights Uber’s Evasive Discovery Tactics. A letter from a former Uber employee revealed the company’s apparent use of disappearing messaging apps

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Top News Stories of the Week – 20 November

Barriers to Tech Adoption by Law Firms.  A recent survey reveals some of the barriers to tech adoption by law firms. Read more here. GDPR Enactment Date Now Six Months Away. With the GDPR enactment date now six months away, many are publishing articles spotlighting the law’s projected impact and recommended guidelines for compliance. Read

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Top News Stories of the Week – 6 November

The Social Media Conundrum: Ethics Concerns for New eDiscovery Age. Legaltech News summarized various ethical and practical considerations regarding social media discovery that were spotlighted this week at RelativityFest. Read more here. Judicial Views on Hot eDiscovery Topics. Led by U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck and U.S. District Judge Xavier Rodriguez, the judges panel at

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Top News Stories of the Week – 9 October

Federal Judicial Center Publishes New eDiscovery Guidance. The Federal Judicial Center, the educational arm of the federal judiciary, recently published the third edition of itsManaging Discovery of Electronic Information guide for judges. Read more here. Discovery of GPS and other Non-Conventional Data Sources. International discovery expert Chris Dale recently spotlighted the nature and extent of non-conventional

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Top News Stories of the Week – 2 October

Court Makes Stroz Friedberg Report Public in Google/Uber Litigation. A court recently made public a key report developed by Stroz Friedberg in connection with the driverless vehicle technology dispute between Waymo (Google) and Uber. Read more here.   The Sedona Conference Publishes Third Edition of The Principles. The Sedona Conference released for publication the final version

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Top News Stories of the Week – 25 September

PwC Opens U.S. Law Firm, Gets Deeper into the Legal Vertical. PwC has announced that it is set to open a U.S. law firm and expand the breadth of legal services offered to clients. Read more here. Equifax May Not Incur Significant Damage Awards. Commentators have posited that Equifax may escape its breach fiasco

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