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Top News Stories of the Week – December 6

Three Lessons on Digital Age Threats. A recent post spotlights some actionable steps that clients and counsel can take to address troubles arising from digital age threats. Read more here. The Sedona Conference Publishes Updated Proportionality Commentary. With significant and insightful updates to this oft-quoted resource, The Sedona Conference has published its

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Top News Stories of the Week – October 6

CTRL-Sponsored Sessions at Relativity Fest Next Week. Relativity Fest 2016 features two CTRL-sponsored sessions respectively focused on TAR protocols and information governance. Read more here. Arrival of the Digital Legal Practice. Think tanks and thought leadership groups have proliferated to help lawyers with their practices in the digital age. Read more here. Judges

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Top News Stories of the Week – June 23

Courts Make The Case For Information Governance. A recent article explains how court decisions are forcing companies to rethink their reluctance to implementing information governance programs. Read more here. Proportionality, FRCP Amendments and Culture Change. A recent webinar describes how the recent FRCP amendments are impacting legal culture. Read more here. Understanding Your Google History.

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 31

WSJ’s Analysis of FRCP Changes. The Wall Street Journal recently published an article that calls the new FRCP changes a “quiet win” for corporate America in its efforts to upend “consumer lawsuits.” Read more here. FTC Files False Advertising Suit Against VW. The Federal Trade Commission opened a new litigation

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 24

Judge Shira Scheindlin To Step Down From Bench. Judge Shira Scheindlin, whose rulings in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg last decade ushered in the era of eDiscovery, just announced that she is stepping down from the bench next month. Read more here. Data Minimization In The Era Of Big Data? A recent article

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 10

The Big Data Barbie: Marketing Coup or Creepy Tech? Many are questioning whether Mattel’s new “Hello Barbie,” the artificial intelligence driven doll, is a brilliant marketing ploy or an uncomfortable encroachment on children’s privacy. Read more here. Protecting the Lawyer-Client Privilege in connection with Information Governance. A recent article spotlights

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Top News Stories of The Week – March 3

Annual Richmond Law Symposium Spotlights Lawyer Competence. At the annual eDiscovery Symposium sponsored by the University of Richmond Law School, notable cognoscenti like U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis and Craig Ball spotlighted the importance of eDiscovery competence. Read more here.   Why eDiscovery Is Important To Everyone. A recent post from popular law

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Top Stories of the Week – January 21

  New Case Interprets Recently Amended Rule 37(e). In what appears to be the first published decision under the recently amended Rule 37(e), U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis imposed evidence preclusion and monetary sanctions against a party for fabricating a portion of an email. Read more here.       2015 Year-End

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