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The Sedona Principles Released for Public Comment

For the first time in a decade, The Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production has released a new version of The Sedona Principles for public comment. The Sedona Conference is a 501(c)(3)...more

New Amendments to Federal Rule of Evidence 902 Implicate Electronic Data Collection and Authentication

Two proposed amendments to Federal Rule of Evidence 902 could have a significant impact on the collection of electronically stored information (ESI) and its admission at trial. While these amendments were aimed at reducing...more

Privacy Shield Details Have Been Revealed: Here’s What Companies Need to Know

The European Commission has published its draft adequacy decision on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, the proposed data transfer framework that would replace the defunct Safe Harbor program. The draft adequacy decision formally...more

Now That Details of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Have Been Revealed, Should Your Company Get Ready to Embrace It or Avoid It?

In the latest step toward finalising a replacement for the defunct Safe Harbor program, the European Commission has published its draft adequacy decision, formally supporting its view that the proposed EU-U.S. Privacy Shield...more

Acceptance of Predictive Coding Spreads to the UK

Following the precedent set by Da Silva Moore1 in 2012, courts across the United States have adopted the use of predictive coding (sometimes referred to as “technology assisted review”) as a means of reducing the time and...more

Reed Smith Lawyers Support Proposed Federal Rules Reforms

A number of Reed Smith attorneys have been active in supporting the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, particularly those aimed at narrowing the discovery process through consideration of...more

New Federal Rules Could Change Discovery As We Know It

In April of this year, the Civil Rules Advisory Committee ("Advisory Committee") will consider proposals to limit the scope of discovery under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (the "Rules"). The proposed amendments could...more

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