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Summary: Sedona Conference TAR Case Law Primer

Earlier this month, the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and production (WG!) published a brief compendium on the history of technology-assisted review in civil litigation

Aug 24, 2016

By Cashida Okeke
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What Is Your Company's Social Media State of Readiness?

Sep 29, 2015

By John Martin, Renee Dankner, Ashley Garry

Social media use continues to grow at a steady pace. Does your company have company-sponsored social...

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Tips For Responding To An FTC Subpoena

Aug 27, 2015

By Julie Flamming, Katie Smith

Posted with permission of Law360

Receiving a subpoena from the Federal Trade Commission can be unnerving and may appear daunting in t...

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To TAR or Not to TAR: Deciding When to Use TAR

Aug 25, 2015

By By Heyward D. Bonyata and Jarrett O. Coco
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Deflategate and E-Discovery

May 21, 2015

Posted with permission from Thomson Reuters l Legal Current

What rights of access do employers have to employee private text messages on employee cell phones? ...

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The Legal Implications Of Private-Sector Employees Using Personal Email For Work

Apr 14, 2015

Posted with permission from Thomson Reuters l Legal Current

What are the implications of using personal email for work? Listen to this Thomson Reuters podcast...

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The Company & Its Board: Connect The Dots On Information Governance

Jan 22, 2015

By Julie A. Flaming, Renee S. Dankner, and Jarett O. Coco
DRI E-Discovery Connection

Reprinted with permission of DRI

Board members receive sensitive information to perform their corporate governance and ...

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Burdens and Benefits: Brush the Dust off Social Media Policies

Dec 1, 2014

By Julie A. Flaming, Renee S. Dankner, Jarrett Coco

Reprinted with permission of TheCorporateCounsel.net

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Cost-shifting in E-discovery: Options and Opportunities

Jul 16, 2014

By John D. Martin, Renee S. Dankner, Jarrett Coco

Reprinted with permission from the July 14, 2014 edition of the Corporate Counsel © 2014 ALM Media Properties, LLC. All rights reserved. Further duplication without permission is prohibited. For information, contact 877-257-3382 - reprints@alm.com or visit www.almreprints.com.

It is no secret that e-discovery costs can account for a substantial portion of a company’s costs to...

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Integrating Electronic Communications & Information Governance

May 22, 2014

By John D. Martin, Renee S. Dankner, and Ashley Garry
DRI E-Discovery Connection

Reprinted with permission of DRI

The widespread use of electronic communications channels allows us to create and share information o...

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