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A Seat on the Board for More Compliance Officers, Says Survey

By Allie Philpin Compliance officers, along with those employees concerned with regulatory and ethics issues have risen amongst the ranks recently, with many having the kudos of a seat on the board, so says a recent survey from the HCCA (Health Care Compliance Association) and SCCE (Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics).  According to the […]

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TAR is here to Stay! So Says Discussion Panel…

By Allie Philpin Last week in New York, and sponsored by Catalyst Repository Systems, a panel discussion took place – “TAR For the Real World: Practical Problems, Pragmatic Solutions.”  Hosted by Kirkland & Ellis, moderated by Monica Bay from Law Technology News, the panel featured well-known names in the legal industry – John Tredennick from […]

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Google Lost; will Yahoo Face the same Fate over Email Intrusion?

By Allie Philpin So, Google lost the privacy lawsuit against them; ok, that’s not much of a surprise as most of us think that these big corporations believe they can do anything and get away with it!  But there’s a sting in the tail for those providers of email accounts for the general public… more […]

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Managing and Storing those Emails… For Lawyers!

We’ve all been there… searching through our Inbox to find that email we know we received a few weeks, or even months, back, the one that had that really important document attached to it; how many hours have you lost trying to find that one document that is now needed?  Probably too long!  According to […]

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Big Data Governance and Consumer Privacy

At the recent Technology Policy Institute’s annual conference, Edith Ramirez, Chairwoman of the Federal Trade Commission, sent a warning shot across the bows to US companies: she’s watching you, and she meant the Big Data companies storing consumer’s personal data.  In her prepared remarks, she said: “The FTC recognises that the effective use of Big […]

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‘The Hacker Way’: Can eDiscovery Learn from Zuckerberg’s Letter to Investors?

Remember ‘The Hacker Way’?  No, I don’t blame you if you don’t as it was voiced by Mark Zuckerberg way back in early 2012.  That said, his infamous letter to investors is still being referred to by many today, just not by the people that need to know about it… the CEOs.  Regrettably, the eDiscovery […]

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US Department of Justice Collaborates with McDermott on Predictive Coding Protocol

The legal industry has, for a while, been looking for opportunities to better utilise review technology in order to manage not only the scope, but also the cost of discovery.  Following the recent negotiations between McDermott Will & Emery’s antitrust and discovery group members, and the US Department of Justice (DOJ), a new predictive coding […]

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