Insight into where e-discovery, information governance cybersecurity, and digital transformation are heading – who is doing what now or in the future, what works and what doesn’t, and what people wish they could do but can’t – gleaned from recent publications
ABOVE THE FOLD
Twin Cities ACEDS Chapter Meeting – Please join Mary Novacheck (Bowman and Brooke), Lyndsey Wurst Somsen (Securian Financial Group), and me on Feb. 26 at noon CT for a panel session, “There’s No App for That – Handling Apps and Non-Standard Data (Part 1)”, at the Twin Cities ACEDS Chapter meeting.
2020 UF Law E-Discovery Conference – Register now to join me in person or via livestream on March 19 as I get together with Bill Hamilton and a host of new and returning speakers for the 8th Annual University of Florida Law E-Discovery Conference in Gainesville, FL. For additional information, see Mike Quartararo’s Above the Law article.
BDO knows CCPA – BDO’s California Consumer Privacy Act resource page enables privacy executives to stay abreast of the impending regulation and learn about overarching privacy and governance considerations in one convenient location.
More from Legalweek –
- Legalweek20: Déjà Vu All Over Again
Nicole Black (MyCase) (Feb. 13)
- 8 Key Takeaways From Legaltech 2020
MITRATECH (Feb. 13)
- Legal – Event Review
Richard Tromans (Artificial Lawyer) (Feb. 14)
- Three Key Takeaways From Legaltech New York 2020
Sarah Brown (Inventus) (Feb. 17)
- Legalweek NYC 2020 – the Down Under Perspective
Susan Bennett (Information Governance ANZ) (Feb. 18)
- Product Beat: Takeaways from Legalweek 2020
Gwynne Monahan (Attorney at Work) (Feb. 18)
E-discovery and Microsoft Teams and Yammer – Alym Rayani of Microsoft 365 recently announced that Microsoft has added several new capabilities in Microsoft 365 to help with managing e-discovery in Teams and Yammer: legal hold for Teams; Teams conversation reconstruction; eDiscovery for Yammer; a public preview of Advanced eDiscovery for Yammer; and previews of a customizable Advanced eDiscovery dashboard and tenant-level reports.
CYBERSECURITY & DATA PRIVACY
Washington state senate passed privacy act – David Stauss, Malia Rogers, Bob Bowman, Megan Herr, and Erik Dullea of Husch Blackwell reported that for a second year the Washington state senate passed comprehensive consumer privacy legislation, the Washington Privacy Act. The legislation moves to the state house of representatives where it failed last year.
|2/17/2020||ED||EDRMInformation Governance ANZ||EDRM Announces Newest Alliance Partner Information Governance ANZ|
|2/6/2020||C/DP||Protocol||Inside the closed-door campaigns to rewrite California privacy law, again||Issie Lapowsky|
|2/13/2020||ED||Ball in your court||Don’t Let Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Read This!!||Craig Ball|
|2/17/2020||ED||eDiscovery Daily Blog||Mobile Collection: It’s Not Just for iPhones Anymore, Part Two||Tom O’Connor (Gulf Coast Legal Tech Center)|
|2/17/2020||ED||Relativity||Relativity Is Putting a Spotlight on Australia||McKenna Brown|
|2/17/2020||ED||CIOReview||AI is a Litigation Force Multiplier||Martha Louks (McDermott)|
|2/18/2020||ED||eDiscovery Daily Blog||Special Master Declines to Order Defendant to Use TAR, Rules on Other Search Protocol Disputes: eDiscovery Case Law||Doug Austin|
|2/19/2020||ED||eDiscovery Daily Blog||Mobile Collection: It’s Not Just for iPhones Anymore, Part Three||Tom O’Connor (Gulf Coast Legal Tech Center)|
Conferences, webinars, and the like can provide insight into where e-discovery, information governance cybersecurity, and digital transformation are heading