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Looking Back at Predictions That I Made Three Years Ago, Part 2: eDiscovery Predictions Revisited

Earlier, I took a look back at two posts that comprised six eDiscovery predictions for 2014 that I wrote three years ago. I thought it might be fun to look back at those posts to see how those predictions fared. I covered...more

“Primed” to Read about Data Privacy? The Sedona Conference Has a New Primer for You: eDiscovery Best Practices

The proliferation of data in our society today makes the task of protecting sensitive and private data more challenging than ever. Without a doubt, privacy and data protection laws have evolved quite a bit over the past...more

Law Firm Data Breaches Demonstrate the Expanding Scope of Cyber Attacks

In a case of “cyber meets securities fraud,” the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York (“SDNY”) recently indicted three foreign nationals on charges of insider trading, wire fraud, and computer...more

A Cloud on the Horizon? Attorneys’ Obligations when Using a Third-Party’s Cloud-Based Services

When we think of clouds, we likely picture cumulus, stratus, and cirrus ones, not the type of “cloud” that holds data and software. The latter type of cloud is generally controlled by a third-party service provider and is...more

Women in IP Law: panel examines divided infringement, cyber-risk

In September, DLA Piper hosted its tenth annual Women in IP Law CLE program at the Four Seasons Silicon Valley. Over 100 attendees enjoyed a celebratory cocktail reception and networking opportunity following a panel...more

Wake-Up Call: Law Firms in the Cybersecurity Crosshairs

Last week marked the first time a U.S. law firm was publicly named in a class action data security lawsuit. Originally filed in April 2016, the class action complaint in Shore v. Johnson & Bell, Ltd., 16-cv-4363 (N.D. Ill.),...more

By 2020, 92 Percent of Everything We Do Will Be in The Cloud: eDiscovery Trends

In this case, I guess you could say that foresight is 2020… :o) Before I begin, though, I should note that: Today is the last day to participate in the quarterly eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey being conducted by...more

The Light that Shone One Dim Winter Afternoon: The Story of the First E-Discovery Day Celebration

E-Discovery Day is just around the corner, and people are already gearing up for a great lineup of webcasts with speakers from across the industry, as well as live events in various cities across the US. December 1st is the...more

Do Lawyers Actually Realize When They’re Using the Cloud?: eDiscovery Trends

In his LawSites blog last week, Bob Ambrogi reported on results from the 2016 Legal Technology Survey Report by the American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center. One of the more notable statistics from the...more

When should a law firm develop its own software?

Never. Law firms should never develop their own software. Okay, fine, perhaps some explanation is in order. While the above conclusion may seem obvious to me and to many others, whenever I make this assertion on...more

Online Attorney Referral Networks and Sharing Fees with a Non-Lawyer

It seems everything is moving online these days, including legal services. In a time when more people are apt to send an email or a text than pick up the phone, when people increasingly shop, bank, and even date online, it...more

Florida Judges Say State Needs More eDiscovery Mediators: eDiscovery Trends

You’d think I lived in Florida as much as we’ve covered it lately, both good and not so good. This story, for the first state to require technology CLE for attorneys, could be true in many other states as well....more

Why Retaining a Mobile App Lawyer Is So Important

Mobile App Lawyers Help Secure Your Mobile App Assets Mobile applications, or “apps,” have become an extremely popular vehicle for providing entertainment to end-users, developing brand loyalty and enhancing the consumer...more

AI and the Law: The Paradigm Shift Hits the Fan

AI – artificial intelligence – and its relatives, digital research engines, “bots,” and other automatons, have made their beachhead in the legal profession, and it really looks like this is gonna change everything....more

Florida Becomes First State to Require Technology CLE: eDiscovery Trends

OK, I may have taken a couple of shots at Florida last Thursday over their ballot issues in elections over the years.  However, Florida deserves credit in being the first state to require technology CLE for lawyers....more

This Week in FCPA-Epiode 23, the Wells Fargo edition [Video]

In this week's episode, Jay Rosen and I discuss the following: Show notes for this week’s edition: 1. Tom's week long series on Well’s Fargo scandal. 2. Christina Muehl’s two part series on Corruption, Crime and...more

Why Corporate Law Departments Are Looking to the Cloud: Taking Control of E-Discovery Just Became Simpler

2016 is the year that the cloud becomes mainstream for corporations. Security fears have been allayed and the cost and accessibility advantages have brought increasing amounts of corporate data into cloud repositories and...more

IT and Legal Walk into a Bar: Why Strong Interdepartmental Relationships are a Must in E-Discovery

The E in E-Discovery requires expertise in tech as well as law, and the most successful in-house legal teams bring those disciplines together. Legal professionals become more technology savvy. IT team members begin to...more

Comments on 2011 Proposed SNURs Prompt Proposal Regarding Hierarchy of Controls

On July 28, 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed changes to the existing regulations governing significant new uses of chemical substances under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) to align these...more

Is encryption the key to your data security?

With the increased rate of data breaches targeting personal information, an increased public awareness of online privacy, and an increasingly demanding regulatory landscape, large and small businesses are looking to...more

Are Online Trolls Ruining Social Media Marketing?

Earlier this year, I helped moderate a lively panel discussion on social media business and legal trends. The panelists, who represented well-known brands, didn’t agree on anything. One panelist would make an observation,...more

This Week in FCPA-Episode 12 [Video]

In this episode, Jay Rosen and myself take a look at the line drawn from the Yates Memo to the hiring of Hui Chen, to the Pilot Program, the 3 enforcement actions since then and conclude that FCPA enforcement is changing. Jay...more

This Week in FCPA-Episode 11 [Video]

In this episode, Jay Rosen and I discuss the Analogic FCPA settlement, the VW emissions-testing scandal settlement, the implications of Brexit for compliance and some significant deaths in the worlds of music and sports. ...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 262-the Brexit Edition, with Jonathan Armstrong [Video]

In this special Brexit episode, I visit with UK lawyer Jonathan Armstrong about the potential impacts of the British exit from the EU for the FCPA compliance practitioner around issues relating to data privacy and data...more

Unfair and Unbalanced-Episode 8 [Video]

In this episode, Roy Snell and I continue to explore issues around the compliance profession and compliance professionals. ...more

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