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Can Information Management Law Keep Up With Technology?
Text to go with the podcast: Jason Baron, Director of Litigation at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, joins Legal IQ to discuss technological developments, information retention and edisclosure. If you rather read the transcript, please download it here .
Learn from the Experts: The Do’s and Don’ts of Data Collection
George Rudoy, Founder and CEO of Integrated Legal Technology LLC, joins Legal IQ to reflect on some of the discussions at the Information Retention and e-Disclosure Management Conference 2011on data privacy, retention and preservation, and destruction in various jurisdictions.
If you missed this conference you might be interested to attend the Information Retention and eDiscovery Exchange which will take place at the Kempinski Hotel Airport , Munich , in November. For further details about this event please visit: www.ediscovery-exchange.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 001 866 296 4580.
eDiscovery and Speaking the Same Language
A key challenge in Information Retention is the language barrier. This interview with George Rudoy, Director of Global Practice, Information and Knowledge Management at Shearman & Sterling LLP, offers a legal perspective on the process once litigation starts.
He talks about cross-border privacy and data protection and how this issue is approached. The interview also tackles the challenges presented by languages such as Chinese, Russian and Hebrew, and also how legal firms are responding to service global clients' needs. George Rudoy will be co-chairing the Information Retention and eDiscovery Exchange
Haven’t got the technology to listen to the audio interview? You can download the transcript of podcast here.
- Exclusive interview with Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola, US Magistrate Judge, District of Columbia
The E-Disclosure Information Project – Chris Dale
The founder of the E-Disclosure Information Project, discusses the developments of the e-disclosure scene in the UK, specific cases in the field, and exchange of ideas between jurisdictions. Visit his blog at chrisdale.wordpress.com
- Top Tips: Increase Efficiency Through Enterprise Information Management
Edwina McDowall, Chief Information Officer at Cable and Wireless Worldwide, is responsible for aligning the company’s IT with business needs and simplifying its IT estate and operations. In this exclusive interview, she talks about the drivers for constantly striving to improve EIM, aligning IT with the wider business strategy, leveraging data and information to gain optimum operational business intelligence. She also outlines some key ways to increase efficiency within the EIM programme, how EIM can be used to increase efficiency within the business, how to measure the real aggregate returned from IT investments and how EIM fits into the enterprise architecture. Finally, Edwina gives a round-up of the most innovative developments in solution provider offerings for the EIM Industry and her views on which of Cable and Wireless’ system process improvements have been delivering the best return.
Presentations from Information Retention & E-Disclosure Management series
Implementation of a Records Management Project in a Multinational Corporation
Dr Phillip Raether , UBS Investment Bank
E-disclosure and Your Records Management Policy
Ed Sautter, Partner, Mayer Brown
Getting Your House in Order
Galina Datskovsky Ph.D., CRM, SVP and General Manager, CA Information Governance
Adding Value, Increasing Profit and Reducing Cost in your E-Disclosure Practices
Jo Sherman, Chief Executive Officer, E-Discovery Tools
Vince Neicho, Litigation Support Specialist, Allen & Overy
- Nuix: How eDiscovery Can Accelerate Information Governance
With risk management and operational efficiencies becoming strategic priorities for both private and public organizations, eDiscovery technology can play a critical role in accelerating your organization’s information governance approach and implementation.
- First Bribery Act 2010 prosecution 'acts as a timely reminder'
In the current climate of increasing regulation, introduced in order to control the effects of the global financial crisis and the boom in technology, businesses are having to ensure they remain in complete control of information retention, as well as eDiscovery and records management. A surge of regulations have been introduced this year, covering a range of issues from data protection to anti-money laundering but far and away the most contentious and widely-discussed has been the UK Bribery Act 2010, which came into force on July 1st 2011.
- Clearwell: The New Practice Direction and E-Disclosure: Best Practices for Complying Proportionately
- Clearwell's Best Practices for Streamlining Digital Investigations
- Clearwell's E-DISCLOSURE BEST PRACTICES from Real-World Cases
- How-To Guide: Leveraging Technological Advances for eDiscovery
Jason Baron, Director of Litigation at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, joins Legal IQ to offer a How-To Guide for legal firms seeking to keep abreast of technology to discriminate, categorise and filter documents to the highest level.
This short guide offers top tips in the following 4 areas:
- Applying eDiscovery & Information Management in Government
- Technological Advances - How will US & EU case law keep up?
- Search Technology - Key developments suited to eDiscovery
- Measuring Quality - Quantifying eDiscovery programme efficacy
- The Impact of the UK 's Bribery Act on global business
The Bribery Act, which came into force in July 2011, makes "failing to prevent bribery" a criminal offence for commercial organisations. It not only applies to UK-based companies but also those conducting business in the country, as well as to any individual "associated" with such an enterprise. This includes employees, agents and joint venture partners. This article talks about how the UK's Bribary Act impacts global business
- E-DISCOVERY: CASE STUDY
- Can social media play a role in e-discovery?
- The Litigation Support Marketplace - An Analytical Framework
- Bringing e-Discovery in-house: risks and rewards
- The Place for EnCase® eDiscovery in Electronic Disclosure for Major Corporations in UK Courts
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