The proliferation of Big Data raises risk management challenges
Morvillo Abramowitz's Edward M. Spiro looks at how an ABA resolution calling for U.S. courts to be more receptive to foreign data privacy laws in discovery requests has played out in New York federal
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
A federal judge has granted a default motion against the People's Republic of China in a $2.2 billion copyright infringement suit by a California software firm. Solid Oak Software alleges nearly 3,00
A tension exists between a company's obligation to respond to U.S. discovery requests and its obligation to comply with EU data protection laws. Because these laws are increasingly enforced in Europe
...is accused of crimes against humanity and grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions -- including personally overseeing the torture and execution of more than 14,000...
...is accused of crimes against humanity and grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions — including personally overseeing the torture and execution of more than 14...
When U.S. litigation crosses borders into EU countries, discovery is restricted by privacy and data transfer laws. Ten years ago these challenges seemed nonexistent, but today litigators face roadblo
...to privacy, which is recognized both in Article 8 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and in the...
...FOOTNOTE 1] a case involving a French party, that the Hague Evidence Convention does not pre-empt the discovery provisions of the Federal Rules...
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