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Top News Stories of the Week – May 10

New Technology-Assisted Review Case Forbids Search Term Pre-Culling. A new TAR decision is making headlines with a court’s refusal to allow the responding party to pre-cull the data set using search terms. Read more here.    Richmond JOLT Publishes New IG Playbook for Digital Age Threats. The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology recently

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Top News Stories of the Week – February 15

Founders of Panama Papers Law Firm Arrested. The founders of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers hacking scandal, were recently arrested by Panamanian law enforcement authorities. Read more here. FTC Closes Investigation into Vizio over Spying Smart TVs. Vizio paid the FTC over $2 million to settle claims that

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Top News Stories of the Week – January 18

Volkswagen Pleads Guilty to Obstruction of Justice. Volkswagen pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice stemming from its destruction of evidence in connection with the government’s investigation of VW’s use of emissions “defeat devices.” Read more here. Deutsche Bank Bans Text Messages and Social Messaging Apps. Deutsche Bank banned text messages and social networking

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Top News Stories of the Week – December 13

Chicago Law Firm Accused of Lax Data Security. A federal court recently unsealed a lawsuit against a Chicago law firm that allegedly failed to take adequate security measures to protect client data. Read more here. ABA Publishes New Predictive Coding Book. The ABA has just published an authoritative book on predictive coding authored

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Top News Stories of the Week – November 14

The Ethical Quandary of Parents Using Surveillance Apps. The New York Times recently explored some of the ethical and practical questions regarding parents’ use of surveillance applications to track their children’s whereabouts and actions. Read more here. Navigating the New Landscape of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession. A new post

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Top News Stories of the Week – July 22

New Predictive Coding Court Order. A new predictive coding order from the Dynamo Holdings case punctures the myth of the “perfect response” to discovery requests. Read more here. Privacy Shield Certifications to Begin Shortly Amid Uncertainties. While certifications can begin being issued on August 1st, legal uncertainties about the US/EU privacy shield continue to rile

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Top News Stories of the Week – July 15

Second Circuit Reverses Microsoft Ruling. A significant decision was issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit yesterday, reversing a lower court ruling that would have required Microsoft to turn over information from its Dublin, Ireland data center to the government. Read more here. Questions over Use of Search Terms by FBI in

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Top News Stories of the Week – June 30

Era of Cooperation and TAR? A recent post describes how a new era cooperation may be dawning in connection with the use of technology-assisted review. Read more here. eDiscovery Opportunities in the Brexit Debacle. British disclosure expert Chris Dale explained that opportunities should abound in the areas of eDiscovery and

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Top News Stories of the Week – June 9

Life as a General Counsel in the NBA. With the NBA Finals in full swing, the competition off the court appears to be just as fierce for the teams’ general counsel. Read more here. The eDiscovery Wish List for In-house Counsel. A recent survey once again spotlights cost and performance

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