Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute wraps up another stellar conference.
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Codifying a digital eraser for youthful indiscretions: California's legislature attempts to make life less embarrassing for teens
New California data privacy laws impose restrictions on third-party tracking and data breach notification to protect personal privacy.
Technology can play a valuable role in disaster relief following 100-year storms.
At the E-Discovery Institute Leadership Summit, members of the Lawyers for Civil Justice argued for changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure for discovery to reduce preservation requirements.
Gain control of electronically stored information, reduce costs and improve consistency by considering the big picture of systems thinking.
Too many chiefs? Understanding the roles of stakeholders responsible for data governance and privacy ssues and why this is a ripe C-Suite concern.
The e-discovery community reacts to appellate court decision to bounce Scheindlin off controversial Stop-and-Frisk case, days before NYC mayor election.
ARMA International's Conference and Expo 2013 makes it clear that e-discovery is child's play compared to information governance and management.
Is EDRM a Jack of All Trades and Master of None? As Socha and Gelbmann transition from leadership, it's a good time to examine how the E-Discovery Reference Model is used and misused.