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Developing Technological Competence in the Digital Age of Law

Developing Technological Competence in the Digital Age of Law

Competence is the ethical foundation upon which everything we do as lawyers is based. To be competent is to have the necessary ability, knowledge, or skill to do something successfully. Traditionally, lawyers do this by refining their specific areas of expertise and pursuing continuing legal education.

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RelativityOne in Switzerland: A Recipe for Innovation

RelativityOne in Switzerland: A Recipe for Innovation

As the economic and legal spaces become increasingly globalized—and corporate and law firm teams find themselves mired in cross-border and multi-jurisdictional matters—simplified, universal access to critical case data in the cloud becomes more and more necessary.

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Protecting Data Privacy in a Pandemic

Protecting Data Privacy in a Pandemic

Chris O’Connor, Director of eDiscovery at CDS, interviewed Jonathan Armstrong, a partner at Cordery and advisor to multinational companies across Europe on technology, risk and governance. If there is one thing their recent discussion made clear, it’s this: Now is the time to revisit and refresh your GDPR Risk Assessments.

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Conducting Remote Data Collections for eDiscovery in the Era of Social Distancing

Conducting Remote Data Collections for eDiscovery in the Era of Social Distancing

COVID-19 has disrupted almost all normal business practices, making many activities challenging to handle virtually. Fortunately, eDiscovery can largely continue on pace, thanks to technology and remote collection workflows. Shifting to fully remote or socially distanced collections, whether to accommodate shelter-in-place orders or employee safety concerns, is achievable in most circumstances.

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