...need to come to terms with these challenges. For example, the European Union has been reappearing as a hurdle for litigation discovery and preservation...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...big data and new data privacy initatives under construction in the European Union. Survey respondents are a subset of approximately 25,000...
Georgetown panel identifies and demystifies cross border e-discovery quandaries
For lawyers to best assist their clients, they need to better understand the expansive use of social media and how their clients share information over the internet, says Gardere Wynne partner Peter
One of the most vexing problems for global companies and their lawyers is how to identify, collect, and use ESI in e-discovery without ending up in jail or facing huge fines, reports Monica Bay, edi
...nothing illegal to the multinationals' actions. Thanks to the way the European Union is run, companies operating in Europe can base themselves in any...
It's inevitable that risk-averse Big Law ultimately will fully embrace the cloud. But for now, first adopters are jumping in for e-discovery and back-office tasks, while avoiding web services designe
Hewlett-Packard is asking regulators in the U.S. and the U.K. to investigate financial improprieties involving British software company Autonomy, which HP acquired for $11.1 billion last year. Perhap
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...say, boils down to this: Unlike the United States and the European Union, Canada didn't rush -- or even amble -- to adopt the provisions...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...The European Union's highest court ruled Tuesday that software makers cannot keep people...
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