Some practical New Year’s resolutions for eDiscovery practitioners.
Email threading is a primary tool that professionals use to organize their day-to-day communications, yet it is not universally used during eDiscovery. Learn when email threading is a must and how to overcome some common obstacles to the process in this presentation.
On September 7th and 8th, 2017, CDS’s Daniel Diette, Esq. and Jeff Salling, Esq. attended the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies’ Technology Assisted Review (TAR) Best Practices conference. This invitation-only event brought together nearly 100 eDiscovery experts from law firms, corporations, government agencies, and educational institutions to help develop guidelines on best practices for the use of TAR.
Recent changes in the law and increasing attention to how companies handle electronic data mean more concerns for law firms. As attorneys, they have obligations to protect and manage information in their control as well as advise clients about complying with laws regarding their own data. In the context of litigation, this takes on added importance because of the sensitive nature of the information and the need to collect and preserve it as evidence.
First Responders, Specialists, and Partners: Cybersecurity Collaboration at the Leaders in Law Forum
Effective cybersecurity must be collaborative in nature and this point was underscored by speakers throughout the program. This article lists some of the key messages from the forum that will help you get started collaborating with your colleagues on cybersecurity.
CDS presented a webinar in partnership with In the House, an exclusive organization for in-house counsel, which discussed cybersecurity during the merger and acquisition process. The webinar is currently available on-demand through In the House. Panelists discussed how cybersecurity concerns including policies, data privacy, and breach incidents can have specific effects on the “moving pieces” of a merger, from both the buyer and seller side of a transaction. The ninety-minute program included information on headline-grabbing incidents, personal experiences, and practical advice.