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When discovery requirements of U.S. litigation challenge the European Union's data protection laws, the EU laws can substantially restrict the "processing" of personal data. For discovery to ensue, s
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The new federal rules governing electronic discovery appear to offer a way to avoid sanctions should discoverable e-data be destroyed. Jonathan Scott, senior partner at a law and technology services
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