Frederick T. Davis, Antoine F. Kirry and Mark P. Goodman of Debevoise & Plimpton write: Trans-border criminal investigations can pose different kinds of problems depending on whether there is a singl
Erika C. Collins, a partner at Paul Hastings, reviews recent U.S. legislation regarding applicant privacy and the NLRB's social networking and employment policy guidelines; the state of social media
In their International Litigation column, Lawrence W. Newman and David Zaslowsky, members of Baker & McKenzie, examine recent developments that show that the conflict between broad U.S.-based discove
...from France to the United States, the French Data Protection Agency (the CNIL) published a recommendation in August 2009, which is designed to offer guidance...
Michael B. de Leeuw, a partner at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, and Philip A. Wellner, an associate at the firm, write that while the collection, review and production of e-mails and othe
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