Disclosure obligations include the form and substance of the list

Disclosure failures played a major part in a case called Powell v Watford Borough Council. Parties are often pilloried for shortcomings in the content of their lists through inadequate or incomplete searches. The rules also cover the form and substance of the list, and (among other defects) a letter simply reciting that someone had made... Continue Reading →

Sedona Conference WG6 in Dublin

Working Group 6 of the Sedona Conference met in Dublin for its Ninth Annual Sedona Conference International Programme on Cross-Border Discovery and Data Protection Laws. It is a deep immersion in cross-border discovery and data protection which is unmatched anywhere else. It serves both as a top-up and a stimulus, with a skilled faculty pointing the... Continue Reading →

BYOD – a paper from the UK ICO

The UK's Information Commissioner's Office has published a short, readable guide on Bring Your Own Device or BYOD - the use by employees of their own phones, tablets etc for their employer's work. Read more

FTI Consulting on structured data

An article by David Turner of FTI’s Consulting’s Data and Analytics practice,summarises the things organisations ought to have in mind when preserving structured data for potential production in future litigation or investigations. Read more

ThreadKM and Relativity

kCura's Relativity attracts a growing number of developers who value its market and its flexibility. In this interview, Damon Goduto of ThreadKM talks about ThreadKM's integration with Relativity.

Sonia Cheng of FTI on the GDPR

Sonia Cheng is FTI Consulting’s European Information Governance Leader. I write about a video in which Sonia introduces some ideas for companies to consider when first tackling compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation. Read more Home  eDiscovery  Other

AccessData webinar series

AccessData is running a series of webinars under the umbrella title Information Overload: Navigating information risk, investigations and privacy in today’s regulatory environment. Read more

A few days in Ireland

A data protection conference near Dublin, preceded by a few days in County Clare, with added reflections on the first anniversary of the Brexit referendum. By me. Read more

Eversheds Sutherland and OpenText Discovery

The story underlying this article is that OpenText Discovery, has sold cloud licences to Eversheds Sutherland in London, enabling the firm to take control of the management of eDisclosure without having to be responsible for the software and infrastructure. Read more

AccessData User Summit

I went last month to the AccessData User Summit at an attractive resort in San Diego. I moderated or took part in four panels, learnt a lot, met up with old acquaintances and made new ones. It was an extremely useful and enjoyable event. Read more

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