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DOJ Asks SCOTUS to Take on Microsoft Case and Verizon Suffers its own Data Breach: eDiscovery Trends

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A rare two-topic day, but both are notable… Remember the Microsoft Ireland Warrant case, where the Second Circuit reversed earlier rulings and denied the government’s efforts to compel Microsoft to provide emails in that...more

Senate Considers Potential Changes to ECPA to Ease Access to Electronic Data Across Borders

Terrorist attacks, most recently in London and Manchester, England, have raised the pressure on law enforcement and lawmakers in countries like the U.K. and the U.S., to proactively intercept and interrupt terrorist...more

Blurring The Line Between Foreign and Domestic: The Expansion of Search Warrant Powers Overseas

A dispute in California federal court over whether Google must turn over documents stored overseas in response to a search warrant may have major implications for white collar practitioners and their clients. Last week Google...more

Google Required to Hand Over Foreign Stored Emails to Justice Department: eDiscovery Case Law

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In the ruling In re Search Warrant No. 16-960-M-01 to Google, Pennsylvania Magistrate Judge Thomas J. Rueter ordered Google to comply with a search warrant to produce foreign-stored emails, disagreeing with the U.S. Court of...more

Litigation Alert: Pennsylvania Court Holds Google Must Produce Emails Stored Overseas

by Fenwick & West LLP on

Last week, in In re Search Warrants Nos. 16-960-M-01and 16-1061-M to Google, a federal magistrate judge in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania ordered Google to comply with three search warrants to turn over users’...more

Court: Stored Communications Act Warrant Cannot Be Used to Seize Data Held Overseas

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

In a case that may have significant impact for companies providing public Internet and cloud services, the Second Circuit has ruled that a federal court may not issue a criminal warrant ordering a U.S. company to produce...more

Joe Spinelli on the Kroll-Ethisphere Anti-Bribery & Corruption Report

In part one of a two-part series, Joe Spinelli, Senior Managing Director at Kroll in the Investigations and Disputes Practice, addresses a number of findings as referenced in the Kroll-Ethisphere “The Year of Global...more

Federal Appeals Court Set to Issue One of the Most Important Privacy Rulings in a Generation

For months, the technology and business communities have been waiting anxiously for a Federal appeals court ruling on whether American companies can be forced to turn over customer information to U.S. law enforcement when...more

The Panama Papers & The Tempo of International Corruption Cases

An interview on CNBC Powerlunch (April 4th, 2016) where I discuss the implications of the recent Panama Papers leaks. What does this mean for the future of tax havens? Also, will be the appetite for local enforcement in those...more

Schrems & The Collapse of Safe Harbor: What Are The Alternatives to EU Data Collection?

In the second part of a Front-Line interview, Jo Sherman, CEO, EDT, shares her views on how organizations can comply with new EU regulations in the context of the recent Schrems decision, and the collapse of safe harbor. As...more

The Schrems Decision and Safe Harbor: Can you bring tools to the data?

In this Front-Line interview, which is the first of two parts, EDT CEO, Jo Sherman, shares her views as to how data protection and transfer have now changed with regards to the recent Schrems decision. Jo encourages...more

Seoul's Central District Court Issues New Guidance in Search and Seizure of Electronic Data, Likely Setting Precedent

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The Seoul Central District Court recently published important guidance regarding execution of search and seizure warrants that will likely have significant implications for multinational companies that operate across borders....more

This Week In Securities Litigation

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The Commission resolved its actions against the PRC based affiliates of five major accounting firms for failure to produce audit work papers. The settlement contains a series of procedures designed to facilitate production in...more

Behind the Great Firewall Of Ediscovery In Asia

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When dealing with US requests for data subject to ediscovery rules in Asia, corporate counsel at multinational corporations must be on top of their game. Managing ediscovery in the United States alone presents a significant...more

Federal District Court Decision in Microsoft Case re Warrants for Content Stored Outside US

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On July 31, the district court judge issued a ruling in the case involving the US Government’s warrant issued to Microsoft to compel production of data stored on the servers of its wholly owned Irish subsidiary located in...more

Foreign Data Center Subject to Reach of U.S. Government

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Following the July 31, 2014 decision of a New York federal judge in In re Warrant to Search a Certain E-mail Account Controlled and Maintained by Microsoft Corp., 1:13-mj-02814 (SDNY), U.S. companies should be aware that data...more

SDNY Judge Orders Microsoft to Produce Emails Stored Abroad

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Chief Judge Loretta A. Preska of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York affirmed Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV’s opinion and ordered that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) could compel...more

The Long Arm of E-Discovery Stretches Overseas

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Earlier this year, Kazuaki Fujitani, the general manager of a Japanese company’s sales division, pled guilty to obstruction of justice for destroying numerous e-mails and other documents in a federal investigation by the...more

South Africa publishes issue paper on electronic evidence in criminal and civil proceedings

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The South Africa Law Reform Commission has approved the publication of its Issue Paper on “Electronic Evidence in Criminal and Civil Proceedings: Admissibility and Related Issues” for general information and comment. The...more

The Valukas Report on the Lehman collapse and e-discovery: Stratify and CaseLogistix win the day [UPDATED]

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Updated from our original March 13, 2010 post Friday saw the release of the 2,200-page report by Anton Valukas on the Lehman Brothers collapse. Valukas was appointed examiner by the U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee probing the...more

Request for Production: Any and All Documents in the Past 46 Years Supporting the Overthrow of a Communist Government

by Joshua Gilliland on

The Defendants in a criminal case were charged in a conspiracy to ship weapons to Laos to overthrow the Communist Government. United States v. Jack, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 43120, 2-3 (E.D. Cal. May 9, 2009). The...more

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