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Sean O’Shea: Tips for Paralegals and Litigation Support Professionals – August 2020

8/1/2020: Maryland Court of Appeals on Social Media Authentication
In Griffin v. State, 419 Md. 343 (2011), the Maryland Court of Appeals found social media evidence must be shown to have not been subject to hacking or other manipulation.

8/2/2020: Relativity Integration Points
Relativity Integration Points (RIPs) assist with the import of data from third party systems into Relativity workspaces.

8/3/2020: Automapping with Relativity Integration Points
Integration points will perform automatic field mapping between a workspace and the load file.

8/4/2020: excel macro to hide multiple ranges of rows
It successfully hid more than 70 ranges in a few seconds.

8/5/2020: NIST Study on Facial Recognition – Too Many False Positives
False positive results were returned far more often than false negatives, and the software exhibited different biases.

8/6/2020: Circuit Court Ruling on PACER Fees
The cost of digital audio equipment used for recordings of trials and other proceedings can be taken into account for PACER fees.

8/7/2020: Emojis and the Law
The Android “Grimacing Face” emoji got the reactions shown in orange on the below chart, but the Apple version of the “Grimacing Face” face emoji got the reactions shown in blue.

Emojis and the Law

8/8/2020: Judges Agree: Limit the Number of Pages in Your Brief
“Let me add an incentive to the production of short and pertinent briefs.  The longer you make your brief, the more likely that most of the pre-argument analysis of your case will be turned over to a law clerk who just finished the bar exam.” – Hon. Arthur L. Alarcon

8/9/2020: D.D.C. Ruling on Adequacy of Search by Navy
“[T]he reasonableness of the Navy’s search is buttressed by the fact that Carlborg has offered ’no suggestion as to where else‘ the Navy ’might have looked for his records or what other search criteria should have been used.’” Carlborg v. Dep’t of the Navy, No. 18-cv-1881 (DLF), 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 142543, at *13 (D.D.C. Aug. 10, 2020) (quoting Peavey v. Holder, 657 F. Supp. 2d 180, 190 (D.D.C. 2009)).

8/10/2020: NIST Guide to Media Sanitization
There are three methods of media sanitization: clear, purge, or destroy.

8/11/2020: Excel OLE action error explained
An OLE action error message may be prompted if you click on a link to a PDF on a worksheet, and then try to OCR it.

8/12/2020: Enforce HTTPS
An admin can force visitors to a Relativity workspace to view it over HTTPS so that requests and responses are encrypted.

8/13/2020: Excel’s TEXT Formula
The formula can easily convert a column of numbers of varying lengths into a standard format with a consistent number of digits.

8/14/2020: Getting a count of volume shadow copies
VSCMount is a tool that helps you check to see if volume shadow copies are available.

8/15/2020: Never Use ‘However’ at the Beginning of a Sentence
Garner instructs brief writers to never use ‘however’ at the beginning of a sentence in order to indicate a contrast, and recommends using ‘but’ instead.

8/16/2020: Mississippi Court of Appeals: Jury Must See Evidence Where Spoliation Unclear
“[T]he  explanation for  the  original record’s  absence  may  be  fully  satisfying  either  that it  was  lost  through  no  fault  of  the  [party],  that  the [party]  deliberately  destroyed  it,  or  as  in  most cases,  somewhere  in  between,  thereby  making  it  a jury  issue.”  Murphy v. William Carey Univ., No  2018-CA-00910-COA, 2020 Miss. App. LEXIS 462, at *28-29 (Miss. Ct. App. Aug. 11, 2020) (quoting DeLaughter  v.  Lawrence  Cty.  Hosp., 601  So.2d  818,  824  (Miss.  1992)).

8/17/2020: 2 GB Text per Document
Relativity will not process more than 2 GB of text for any single document.  Such a document will generate an error that will cause processing to halt.

8/18/2020: Create htm file with links
Use this format:

<div align=”center”>

<a href=”https://www.google.com/”l”>Index2″</a> |

<a href=”https://www.yahoo.com/”l”>Index3″</a> |

<a href=”https://www.mlb.com/mets”l”>Index4″</a> |

<a href=”https://www.edrm.net”l”>Index5″</a>

</div>

8/19/2020: Simple File Upload
Relativity’s Simple File Upload tools allows users to load documents into a workspace without using the Relativity Desktop Client.  No more than 100 documents can be loaded at a time.

8/20/2020: Making Relativity Desktop Client Work For You
Don’t miss that you can simultaneously import data into a single workspace using different instances of the Relativity Desktop Client on up to four different computers.

8/21/2020: Common email threading problems
An embedded email link or attachment can cause email threading to be over inclusive.

8/22/2020: Separate email addresses with ; NOT ,
Email addresses in the recipient and cc fields should be separated by semi-colons.  If they are separated with commas, Relativity will read adjacent email addresses as a single address.

8/23/2020: regex from head on and from behind
If you want a regex search to find results from the beginning or end of every line start with (?m)

8/24/2020: District of Maryland Case with a Defendant Known Only By An IP Address
The Court ordered the issuance of a subpoena to produce documents identifying the Doe subscriber.

8/25/2020: ALSPs
The past few years have seen a rise in the number of companies and law firms using ALSPs – Alternative Legal Service Providers -which perform legal research; electronic discovery; and regulatory compliance.

8/26/2020: Excel worksheets that hide themselves
Beware of vba code that automatically re-hides Excel worksheets.  Spreadsheets can be set to make a worksheet you unhid disappear again.

8/27/2020: Regex multiline wildcard
Using (?s) at the beginning of a regex search will let you search from in front and behind while also using a wildcard.

Regex multiline wildcard

8/28/2020: Diffchecker
Diffchecker, is a free online tool that does a fine job of comparing differences between two text or PDF files. Diffchecker can also help you compare multiple versions of an image, allowing you slide back and forth between two versions.

8/29/2020: Florida Court of Appeal rules passcode protected by Fifth Amendment
The Florida Fifth District Court of Appeal agreed with the Petitioner that producing the passcode would require him to disclose the contents of his mind and provide the State with incriminating information that would be used against him. “Distilled to its essence, the revealing of the passcode is a verbal communication of the contents of one’s mind.”. Garcia v. State, No. 5D19-590, 2020 Fla. App. LEXIS 12232, at *8 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App.  Aug. 28,2020)

8/30/2020: finding duplicates with python
You can use a python script to find where there are duplicates in a character set.

8/31/2020: use code to generate list of links on a web page
Right clicking ‘Inspect’ and entering code on the console of the Chrome browser will create a list of all links on a web page.

Justice statue with code on monitor device in background

One Ethics Rule Leads to Another: Technology Competence and the Duty of Supervision

There are two ways lawyers can satisfy their ethical duty of technology competence. One way is by learning about technology and becoming more proficient in the use of legal tech tools. The other is by working in association with tech savvy lawyers and legal professionals.

From an ethics standpoint there is a key distinction between competence by education and by association. A lawyer who directs others’ work has a duty to make reasonable efforts to assure compliance with all applicable Rules of Professional Conduct.

The supervisory duty is found in Rule 5.1 (work performed by other lawyers) and Rule 5.3 (work performed by non-lawyers). The duty has three distinct components.

With power comes responsibility: partners and firm-wide ethics

First, partners have added ethical responsibilities because of their managerial role. ABA Model Rule 5.1/5.3 (a) provides:

(a) A partner in a law firm [or a lawyer having comparable managerial authority] shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that the firm has in effect measures giving reasonable assurance that all [lawyers and staff] in the firm conform to the Rules of Professional Conduct.

These are a few steps partners can take to raise the level of technology competence at their firms:

  • Pay for continuing legal education and technology training for lawyers and staff.
  • Be supportive of scheduling requests to take advantage of education and training opportunities, especially when made by staff and junior lawyers.
  • Set an example by attending in-firm programs and following good security practices.

Managing a legal team brings ethical responsibilities

The next provision has a wider scope. It applies to any lawyer who directly supervises another’s work. ABA Model Rule 5.1/5.3 (b) reads:

(b) A lawyer having direct supervisory authority over [another lawyer or a non-lawyer] shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that the [other lawyer or non-lawyer] conforms to the Rules of Professional Conduct.

These are three ways to incorporate ethics into the collaboration playbook:

  1. Focus on decision making in project planning – It’s important to define roles and responsibilities at the outset of every project. The supervising lawyer’s key role when delegating technology-related tasks is decision maker. Lawyers are encouraged to rely on others for tech education, advice and support. But they are still in charge and responsible for making informed decisions. This responsibility is imposed by the rules of civil procedure in addition to the rules of ethics.
  2. Stay informed about project progress – Setting expectations for communications is likewise important in project setup. This relates directly to Rules 5.1 and 5.3 because knowing what’s going on is a prerequisite to meaningful supervision. The communications plan should cover frequency and means. Err on the side of over-communicating when supervising inexperienced lawyers and staff or working with a vendor for the first time.
  3. Evaluate ethics in vendor selection – Confidentiality is always a paramount concern in outsourcing legal work. Evaluate all potential vendors on security of confidential information and privileged communications. Other ethics rules may come into play depending on the legal matter or task. For instance, investigations often raise some of the numerous rules about communications. Ask targeted questions during vendor selection to cover these areas.

Active management (not to be confused with micromanagement!) is a key element of effective collaboration. Rules 5.1 and 5.3 make it an ethical duty too.

Outsourcing an unethical act adds up to two rules violations

Last but by no means least is the prohibition on unethical conduct by proxy. ABA Model Rule 5.1/5.3 (c) provides:

(c) A lawyer shall be responsible for [another’s] violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct if:

  1. the lawyer orders or, with knowledge of the specific conduct, ratifies the conduct involved; or
  2. the lawyer is a partner [or has comparable managerial authority] or has direct supervisory authority over the [other lawyer or non-lawyer], and knows of the conduct at a time when its consequences can be avoided or mitigated but fails to take remedial action.

Note that paragraph (c)(1) applies to all lawyers from the newly minted to senior partners. It’s just common sense that lawyers can’t get around the rules of ethics by instructing somebody else to do what they can’t do themselves.

In the technology arena, social media has repeatedly proved a top danger zone. It’s good practice to delegate social media investigations and discovery to law firm staff or vendors with the right skills and software tools. But in doing so lawyers must take care that everyone involved understands and abides by these three rules of professional responsibility:

  • 4.2 Communication with Person Represented by Counsel prohibits unauthorized direct communication with people represented by counsel.
  • 4.3 Dealing with Unrepresented Person provides a lawyer must not state or imply disinterest when communicating with an unrepresented person on behalf of a client.
  • 7.1 Communication Concerning a Lawyer’s Services prohibits false or misleading communications about the lawyer or the lawyer’s services.

Education and association are complementary answers to the problem of technology competence. Competence by association doesn’t just supplement education, it promotes it too. Delegating tech tasks is a prime opportunity to learn about relevant technology. Lawyers should seize the educational opportunity as they fulfill their ethical duty of supervision.

Socha's Weekly Trend Report

Socha’s Weekly Trend Report – August 31, 2020

Notes on recent trends in e-discovery, data privacy, and the use of technology to enhance the practice of law

Announcements

CategoriesDateEntries
Announcements, E-Discovery08/27/2020Innovative Discovery announced it has completed the annual audit for the FedRAMP moderate Cloud Service Provider reauthorization for 2020-2021 and has added iCONECT, a digital document review platform, to its FedRAMP-authorized cloud environment.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/26/2020Relativity announced its has begun its inaugural Relativity Fellows program, with a class of 12 selected from more than 320 applicants based in Chicago.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/25/2020The Sedona Conference announced publication of a Second Public Comment Version of The Sedona Conference Commentary on Rule 45 Subpoenas to Non-Parties, Second Edition. Comments should be submitted by Sep. 25.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/25/2020Relativity announced its agenda for Relativity Fest 2020, with more than 100 live sessions, on-demand content, and hands-on exercises.
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/25/2020Labor and employment law firm Fisher Phillips has partnered with Blue J Legal Inc. to bring the Toronto legal tech company’s AI-powered technology, which predicts court outcomes in the employment law arena, to the United States, reported Lyle Moran in the ABA Journal.
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/24/2020 iManage announced the acquisition of legal transaction management company Closing Folders, reported Victoria Hudgins of Legaltech News.

E-discovery

CategoriesDateEntries
E-Discovery08/31/2020The EDRM website has a new look and new capabilities, including the EDRM Wiki.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/27/2020Innovative Discovery announced it has completed the annual audit for the FedRAMP moderate Cloud Service Provider reauthorization for 2020-2021 and has added iCONECT, a digital document review platform, to its FedRAMP-authorized cloud environment.
E-Discovery08/27/2020Microsoft recently added an automated transcription feature to its online Word, Transcribe in Word, noted Greg Buckles of eDiscovery Journal in a post where he gave an overview of the function and discussed potential preservation, collection, and review issues arising from the new capability.
E-Discovery08/26/2020The Sedona Conference sent a reminder that the deadline to apply for three new Working Group 1 Brainstorming Groups is Monday, August 31. The groups are:
  • Brainstorming Group on Discovery and Preservation of Data from the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Brainstorming Group on Improving the Privilege Log Process
  • Brainstorming Group on Discovery Sanctions
Announcements, E-Discovery08/26/2020Relativity announced its has begun its inaugural Relativity Fellows program, with a class of 12 selected from more than 320 applicants based in Chicago.
Additional Articles, E-Discovery08/25/2020EDRM Headline News
Source: EDRM
Announcements, E-Discovery08/25/2020The Sedona Conference announced publication of a Second Public Comment Version of The Sedona Conference Commentary on Rule 45 Subpoenas to Non-Parties, Second Edition. Comments should be submitted by Sep. 25.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/25/2020Relativity announced its agenda for Relativity Fest 2020, with more than 100 live sessions, on-demand content, and hands-on exercises.
E-Discovery, Enhancing Practice08/25/2020Zach Warren of Law.com talked with Jared Coseglia of TRU Staffing Partners about the changing legal tech job market and the growth in ALSP opportunities. To support this, Jared pointed to two sets of jobs numbers his firm has compiled:
  • 2013: 60% law firms, 30% ALSPs, 10% corporations
  • 2019: 65% ALSPs, 30% law firms, 5% corporations
E-Discovery08/25/2020E-discovery work continues to move in-house, wrote Mike Quartararo of ACEDS. According to a recent reported produced by Exterro and ACEDS, 50% of legal departments now feature an on-site e-discovery team.
E-Discovery, Profiles08/21/2020Wendell Jisa, CEO of Reveal, and Jay Leib, the new EVP of Innovation and Strategy of Reveal, were profiled by Clinton Sanko of Baker Donelson.
E-Discovery08/20/2020In a post prompted by a story reported by Law.com about faked cell phone evidence, Sharon Nelson of of Sensei Enterprises offered advice on how to address potentially manipulated cell phone data.

Enhancing practice

CategoriesDateEntries
Enhancing Practice08/28/2020Arizona’s Supreme Court voted unanimously to eliminate its ethics rule barring nonlawyers from having an economic interest in a law firm or participating in fee sharing, reported Lyle Moran of the ABA Journal, making it the second state in recent weeks to approve opening the door to non lawyer ownership or investment in law firms as a means of expanding access to justice. The court also approved a modification to the licensure process that will allow nonlawyers called “Legal Paraprofessionals” to provide limited legal services to the public, including being able to go into court with their clients.
Enhancing Practice08/27/2020Australia’s Flinders University is launching a six-month online course to teach lawyers how to code, open to practitioners around the world, reported Richard Tromans of Artificial Lawyer.
Enhancing Practice08/27/2020The COVID-19 pandemic has driven at least one positive outcome, wrote Josh Becker of LexisNexis in a LawSites guest column: the legal industry has been innovating in response to remote work mandates rapidly and effectively with results seen as very positive by GCs of large corporations and big law partners.
Enhancing Practice08/26/2020Having completed a 10-day virtual arbitration via Zoom, Nicole Gueron, Melissa Holsinger, Allison Pincus, and Muriel Leung of Clarick Gueron Reisbaum offered 10 lessons on how to conduct a remote hearing effectively:
  • It worked.
  • Make sure the fundamental tech works right and you know how to use it.
  • Skip the virtual backgrounds.
  • You still need hard copy for some exhibits.
  • Hide your self view – you will only get distracted watching yourself.
  • Prep witnesses using the same tech you plant to use live.
  • Place more emphasis than ever on effective team communication.
  • Take breaks from the screen.
  • Find the benefits of going virtual and capitalize on them.
  • Remember that trials are a team sport and run them that way, even remotely.
Enhancing Practice08/25/2020Bob Ambrogi looked at CampaignTester, emotion-spotting software that analyses facial expressions of up to 100 people in real-time, and contemplated uses such as for evaluating how convincing and credible witnesses might be.
Enhancing Practice08/25/2020Legal publisher Fastcase named the winners of its 2020 Fastcase 50 award, which honors 50 individuals who are judged to be the year’s “smartest, most courageous, innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the law”, reported Bob Ambrogi of LawSites.
Enhancing Practice08/25/2020In a guest column in LawSites, Leigh Vickery of Level 2 Legal Solutions offered thoughts on how Utah might make good use of the two-year regulatory sandbox it recently authorized.
Enhancing Practice08/25/2020Part of the two-year access-to-justice pilot program recently establshed by the Utah Supreme Court in Standing Order No. 15 provides for a new nine-member Office of Legal Services Innovation, reported Victoria Hudgins of The American Lawyer. Operating under the direct auspices of the Utah Supreme Court, the Innovation Office will establish and administer a pilot legal regulatory sandbox through which traditional and nontraditional providers may be approved to offer nontraditional legal services to the public using options not previously permitted. The 18-page Standing Order goes on to discuss various aspects of the Innovation Office including its composition, the scope of its authority, the regulatory objective driving creating of the Office and the regulatory principles that will guide the Office. The Order also addresses what the sandbox is meant to achieve and how it is to function.
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/25/2020Labor and employment law firm Fisher Phillips has partnered with Blue J Legal Inc. to bring the Toronto legal tech company’s AI-powered technology, which predicts court outcomes in the employment law arena, to the United States, reported Lyle Moran in the ABA Journal.
E-Discovery, Enhancing Practice08/25/2020Zach Warren of Law.com talked with Jared Coseglia of TRU Staffing Partners about the changing legal tech job market and the growth in ALSP opportunities. To support this, Jared pointed to two sets of jobs numbers his firm has compiled:
  • 2013: 60% law firms, 30% ALSPs, 10% corporations
  • 2019: 65% ALSPs, 30% law firms, 5% corporations
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/24/2020 iManage announced the acquisition of legal transaction management company Closing Folders, reported Victoria Hudgins of Legaltech News.
Enhancing Practice08/21/2020Remote depositions are likely here to stay for two sets of reasons, opined Darren Goldman of Becker & Poliakoff PA. Technological challenges have been addressed, for the most part: screen-sharing has made it possible to work effectively with exhibits, even remotely, breakout rooms allow for side discussions, and video and audio can be recorded and synced. And costs also are lower, a sure attraction to clients.
Enhancing Practice08/19/2020A recent Illinois state court bench trial, conducted virtually, went better than expected, reported Lyle Moran in the ABA Journal’s Legal Rebels section. While there were some technical challenges, exhibits were screen-shared with witnesses, lawyers conducted cross examinations from their offices, and the the judge presided from him home.

Privacy

CategoriesDateEntries
Privacy08/31/2020The California legislature passed Assembly Bill 1281, which extends the CCPA’s business-to-business and employee exemptions by one year until January 1, 2022, reported David Strauss of Husch Blackwell. The bill moves to the California Governor’s office.
Privacy08/27/2020In a turnaround, the new Brazilian data protection law (Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados Pessoais or “LGPD”) now will come into effect when the President signs the bill within 15 days of receiving it from Congress, reported Hunton Andrews Kurth.
Privacy08/27/2020TrustArc published its CCPA Readiness Market Report 2020, in which the company reported that as of May 2020, 53% of US-based companies either had not started or still were in the planning stages of CCPA compliance efforts.
Privacy08/27/2020Hours after the Brazilian Senate rejected a delay of the new Brazilian data protection law, the Brazilian Presidency published Decree 10.474/2020, reported Hunton Andrews Kurth. The decree, approving the regulatory structure of the new Brazilian data protection authority (the “ANPD”) and establishing its roles, will apply after the President-Director of the ANPD is officially appointed through publication in the Official Journal.
Privacy08/26/2020Privacy company Ethyca released its Q3 2020 C-Level Privacy Survey indicating that 74% of companies have plans to spend more on privacy in the coming year, reported Frank Ready of Legaltech News. 58% of respondents worried about facing penalties and 76% believe privacy issues will impact a potential customer’s willingness to do business with a company.
Privacy08/25/2020The Data Protection Supervisory Authority for the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg, one of Germany’s 17 data protection supervisory authorities, issued post-Schrems II substantive guidance on how to conduct the necessary analysis and risk assessment for cross-border data transfers, reported Christian Schröder, Shannon Yavorsky, Dennis Schmidt and Yumiko Olsen of Orrick in a post that summaries the new guidance.
Privacy08/25/2020Poland’s data protection authority, the UODO, offered guidance on email monitoring in the workplace, reported Odia Kagan of Fox Rothschild.

Additional articles

CategoriesDateEntries
E-Discovery08/31/2020Here are Some Disruptive Stats in Discovery: eDiscovery Trends
Source: eDiscovery Today
Author: Doug Austin
Additional Articles, E-Discovery08/26/2020Clawbacks, Redactions, and Formats…Oh My! at ILTA-ON Today: eDiscovery Best Practices
Source: eDiscovery Today
Author: Doug Austin

Upcoming events

CategoriesTypesDatesTimesEntries
E-DiscoveryMeeting09/01/202012 pm PTACEDS Vancouver Chapter Launch: eDiscovery – A Vancouver Litigator’s Perspective
Organizations: ACEDS Vancouver Chapter, Deloitte
Speaker: Andrew Nathanson (Fasken)
E-DiscoveryMeeting09/01/20206 pm ETEDRM Support Virtual Gathering
Organization: EDRM
Enhancing Practice, PrivacyConference09/02/20205th Internet of Things (IoT) National (Virtual) Institute 2020
Organization: American Bar Association
Enhancing Practice, PrivacyConference09/02/202012 pm ETDAY 1: IoT 2020 Virtual National Institute
Organization: American Bar Association
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/02/202012 pm ETImportant eDiscovery Case Law Decisions for September 2020
Organization: EDRM
Speakers: Doug Austin (eDiscovery Today), Mary Mack (EDRM), Craig Ball (Craig D. Ball, P.C.), Tom O’Connor (Gulf Legal Technology Center)
CybersecurityWebinar09/02/202012 pm ETHow to Stop the Spread of a Ransomware Attack
Organization: Fidelis Cybersecurity
Speaker: David Braun
PrivacyWebinar09/02/20202 pm BSTSuccessfully Managing Data Processors to Comply with GDPR
Organization: Exterro
Speakers: Stuart Davidson (Exterro), Ainhoa Gonzalez (GVC Holding Plc), Judy Krieg (Fieldfisher)
E-DiscoveryWorkshop09/03/20209:30 am CESTeDiscovery worship for Governments
Organization: ZyLAB
Session in Dutch
E-Discovery, Cybersecurity, PrivacyWebinar09/03/202012 pm ETMasterclass: The Current and Future State of the Legal Technology Job Market
Organizations: EDRM, TRU Staffing Partners
Speakers: Jared Coseglia (TRU Staffing Partners), Mary Mack (EDRM), Kaylee Walstad (EDRM)
E-DiscoveryConference09/03/20201 pm ETElectronic Discovery Nuts & Bolts 2020
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Lauri Sawyer (Jones Day), Marla S.K. Crawford (Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC)
PrivacyWebinar09/03/20202 pm ETEffective Data Retention: How to Minimize Your Privacy Risks and Maintain Regulatory Compliance
Organizations: Compliance Week, Exterro
E-Discovery, Enhancing PracticeWebinar09/04/20203 pm ETLegaltech Week Live: Journalists’ Roundtable
E-Discovery, PrivacyConference09/08/20209 am ETInternal Investigations 2020
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Richard J. Morvillo (Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP), David B. Anders (Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz), Martine M. Beamon (Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP), Thomas A. Hanusik (Crowell & Moring), Dani R. James (Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP), James M. Koukios (Morrison & Foerster LLP), Ellen M. Murphy (Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP), Lynn A. Neils (Baker Botts LLP), Cheryl J. Scarboro (Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP), Andrew Stemmer (Deutsche Bank), Peter H. White (Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP), Samuel J. Winer (Foley & Lardner LLP)
PrivacyWebinar09/08/202012 pm ETCCPA: Preparing for 2020 Compliance with California’s Landmark Privacy Law
Organization: Morgan Lewis
Speakers: W. Reece Hirsch, Andrew J. Gray IV
Enhancing PracticeConference09/08/20209 am PTThe Law and Ethics of NewLaw
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Lucian T. Pera (Adams & Reese LLP), Mark L. Tuft (Cooper, White & Cooper LLP), Merri A. Baldwin (Rogers Joseph O’Donnell), Laura Giokas (Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP), Justice Deno Hemonas, Peter R. Jarvis (Holland & Knight LLP), Ronald C. Minkoff (Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, PC), Toby J. Rothschild (OneJustice), Lynda Shely (The Shely Firm PC)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/08/202012 pm BSTMagnet AXIOM Cyber Demo
Organization: Magnet Forensics
Speaker: Rhys Tooby
PrivacyConference09/09/20209 am PTTwenty-First Annual Institute on Privacy and Cybersecurity Law
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
CybersecurityWebinar09/09/202011 am ETDigital Intelligence Produces Crucial Clues To Trace Cryptocurrencies
Organization: Cellebrite
Speakers: Pamela A. Clegg (CipherTrace), Yuval Ben-Moshe (Cellebrite)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/202012 pm ETNuix Workstation Ease of Upgrade
Organization: Nuix
Speakers: Mike Jackson, Michael Lappin
CybersecurityWebinar09/09/202012 pm ETSpotting and Mitigating Enforcement Issues Concerning Cybersecurity-Related Controls and Disclosures
Organization: Morgan Lewis
Speakers: Susan D. Resley, Andrew J. Gray IV
Cybersecurity, Enhancing Practice, PrivacyConference09/09/202012 pm ETDAY 2: IoT 2020 Virtual National Institute
Organization: American Bar Association
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/202012 pm BSTArbitrations Are on the Rise: What Does This Mean for eDiscovery Practitioners in the UK?
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Donald Macdonald (Consilio), Tim Elliss (Enyo Law LLP), Gregory Campbell (Everlaw), Andrew Mackenzie (Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla)
CybersecurityWebinar09/09/202012 pm ETYou’re Under Attack – How to Expedite Incident Response
Organization: Fidelis Cybersecurity
Speaker: Tony Allegrati
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/20201 pm ET5 E-Discovery Technology Trends to Watch and When to Buy
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Alayne Russom (Thrivent), Christa Haskins (BD), Mike Hamilton (Exterro)
E-Discovery, Cybersecurity, PrivacyWebinar09/09/20202 pm ETLegal SWOT Analysis: Identifying Opportunities & Threats for eDiscovery, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy During the Pandemic
Organization: Ipro
Speakers: Doug Austin (eDiscovery Today), Tom O’Connor (Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center), Jim Gill (Ipro)
Enhancing PracticeWebinar09/09/20202 pm ETWorking Remote: Advantages Gained from Legal Technology Adoption
Organizations: AbacusNext, Law.com
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/20203 pm CESTCloud Forensics for Law Enforcement: How to Use Cloud Data When there is Hardly any Regulation
Organization: Magnet Forensics
Speaker: Rhys Tooby
Enhancing PracticeConference09/10/2020The Legal COO Virtual Roundtable
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/202011 am ISTThe “New” Archiving: Meeting today’s retention, compliance, and e-discovery needs
Organizations: Mazars, Waterford Technologies
Speakers: Liam McKennan (Mazars), Mark Mulcahy (Waterford Technologies)
E-DiscoveryMeeting09/10/202012 pm ETAtlanta Chapter Meeting – New Trends in Forensic Collections
Organization: Women in eDiscovery (WiE)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/202012 pm ETThe Ethical Hurdle: How Technology is Changing the Way We Practice Law & What You Need to Know
Organizations: BDO, Primerus
Speakers: Daniel Gold, Bryan Bellack (BDO)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/20201 pm ETMicrosoft 365 & E-Discovery Part One: Current State, Migration, Adoption, and Consolidation to M365
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Erica Toelle (Microsoft), Tim Kurucz (Innovative Development), Chris Hurlebaus (Lighthouse), Vera Clemons (USPS)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/20201 pm ETThe Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary (Third Edition)
Organization: The Sedona Conference
Speakers: Kenneth J. Withers (The Sedona Conference), Ronald J. Hedges (Dentons US LLP), Hon. Helen C. Adams (Southern District of Iowa), Hon. Xavier Rodriguez (Western District of Texas), Hon. Elizabeth M. Schwabedissen (11th Judicial Circuit Court, Florida)
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Organization: Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
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Speakers: Jamie Inghram, Brian Miklos
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Speaker: Carolina von Kramer, Emily Welborn, Leah Langston (Zapproved)
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Speakers: Thom Eijken (KPMG), Peter Temminck (ABB), Jan Scholtes (ZyLAB)
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Organization: Waterford Technologies
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Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Maura R. Grossman (University of Waterloo), Carolyn Anger (Anger & Associates), Jim Gill (Ipro)
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Organization: Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
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Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Josh Treat, Amanda Cook, Tracey Oldenburg
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Organization: Morgan Lewis
Speakers: Andrew J. Gray IV, Mark L. Krotoski
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Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Ronald J. Hedges (Dentons US LLP), Melissa A. Crane (New York County Supreme Court), Gail Gottehrer (Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC), Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy (New York State Supreme Court), Hon. Lisa Margaret Smith (United States District Court, Southern District of New York)
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Organization: Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
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Organization: Logikcull
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Speakers: Peter Brown (Peter Brown & Associates PLLC), Lori E. Lesser (Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP)
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Organization: Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC)
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Organization: EDI
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Speakers: Erica Toelle (Microsoft), Tim Kurucz (Innovative Development), Chris Hurlebaus (Lighthouse), Vera Clemons (USPS)
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Speakers: Michael Mills (Neota Logic), Shaz Aziz (Neota Logic), Max Paterson (Neota Logic), Kim Massana (Neota Logic), Julian Uebergang (Neota Logic), Rob Kubben (Transform Data International), Ben Shillito (Fujitsu, UK), Jackson Liu (Neota Logic), Andrew Hawkes (Cardinus Risk Management Limited), Dr Philippa Ryan (ANU College of Law), Dominique Simsion (Neota Logic), Stephen Chan (Womble Bond Dickinson), Tim Baran (Pro Bono Net), Lindsay Fry (Travelers Insurance), Vinay Varma (Neota Logic)
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Organization: Privacy and Security Academy
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Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Randall W. Edwards (O’Melveny & Myers LLP)
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Speakers: Hon. James C. Francis IV (Ret.) (JAMS), Michael A. Correll (Reed Smith LLP), Steven D. Feldman (Murphy & McGonigle PC), Hon. Katherine B. Forrest (fmr.) (Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP), Dawson Horn (AIG), Tammy E. Linn (Appellate Advocates), Jessica Ortiz (MoloLamken LLP), Hon. Andrew J. Peck (Ret.) (DLA Piper LLP), Zoe Salzman (Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady LLP), Lauren Schwartzreich (Littler Mendelson P.C.), James A. Sherer (BakerHostetler), Hon. Lisa Margaret Smith (United States District Court, Southern District of New York)
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Organization: Data Connectors
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Organization: ARMA
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Organization: Nuix
Speaker: Emily Tice
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Organization: The Sedona Conference
Location: Cleveland, OH
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Organization: Data Connectors
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Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Erica Toelle (Microsoft), Tim Kurucz (Innovative Development), Chris Hurlebaus (Lighthouse), Vera Clemons (USPS)
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Speaker: Jacqueline L. King (Shibley Righton LLP)
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Speaker: Kristen Litgen
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Organization: IEEE BigData 2020
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Speaker: Emily Tice
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Speaker: Ian C. Ballon (Greenberg Traurig, LLP)
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Speaker: Ronald J. Hedges (Dentons US LLP)
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Organization: Privacy and Security Academy
PageFreezer ACEDS Partnership

ACEDS Announces Partnership With Electronic Records Management Solutions Provider Pagefreezer

Aug. 31, 2020– EAGAN, Minn. – The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the world’s leading e-discovery training and certification professional association and part of The BARBRI Group, is pleased to announce that Pagefreezer, an industry leader in electronic records management for public and private organizations, has joined as an ACEDS Affiliate Partner.

Through this partnership, employees and partners of Pagefreezer can leverage ACEDS’ breadth of job tools and networking forums, a global chapter network and events, and a best-practice-oriented worldwide community of professionals. As an ACEDS Affiliate Partner, Pagefreezer plays an important role in the global ACEDS community, leveraging and contributing to the community’s collective knowledge and expertise, and the association’s education, marketing, training and professional development resources.

Pagefreezer’s software solutions help organizations monitor, capture and archive online data, including website, social media, enterprise collaboration platforms like Chatter, Workplace by Facebook, Yammer and Slack, as well as text messages. Their innovative software solutions help organizations simplify collections for eDiscovery, financial industry compliance, data loss prevention, and FOIA compliance.

“Each of our ACEDS partners brings a unique perspective and expertise to the e-discovery community,” Michael Quartararo, president of ACEDS and professional development said. “The insights of the Pagefreezer team around the importance and best practices of data management and its varying applications will be invaluable to our members across business sectors.”

“For over a decade, Pagefreezer has been working with legal teams and e-discovery professionals to streamline the collection and processing of digital content created from social media accounts, website content, and team collaboration tools,” Peter Callaghan, CRO of Pagefreezer said. “By supporting ACEDS, we aim to further our mutual goal of helping the legal community adopt innovative best practices that help them effectively deal with massive volumes of data in the e-discovery process.”

About ACEDS
The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), part of leading legal education provider The BARBRI Group, is a global member-based association for professionals who work in e-discovery, information governance, compliance and the broader legal community. ACEDS provides training and certification in e-discovery and related disciplines to corporate legal departments, law firms, the government, service providers and institutions of higher learning. Our CEDS certification is recognized around the world and used to verify skills and competence in electronic discovery for organizations and individuals through training, certification and ongoing education. The CEDS credential is held by practitioners at the largest Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 200 firms and government agencies. ACEDS has 23 chapters, with locations in most major US cities, the UK, Ireland, Canada, the Netherlands and South Africa (with Australia and South America chapters coming soon). Our goal is to help professionals and organizations reduce the costs and risks associated with e-discovery while helping to improve and verify their skills and advance their careers and overall technology competence in e-discovery and related fields. http://www.aceds.org/

About Pagefreezer
Pagefreezer is a leading provider of website, social media, mobile text, and enterprise collaboration recordkeeping solutions to both the public and private sectors. Pagefreezer is a SaaS application that lets organizations of all sizes monitor data sources like websites and social media accounts and permanently preserve content in evidentiary quality. Archived data (including edited and delete content) can be replayed as if it’s live and is often used for litigation and regulatory compliance. Learn more about Pagefreezer at Pagefreezer.com.

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Cindy Parks
913.526.6912
cindy@parkscommunications.com

Hanzo ACEDS Partnership

ACEDS Announces Partnership With Hanzo, a Legaltech Company Addressing Enterprise Slack eDiscovery and Dynamic Web Archiving

Aug. 27, 2020EAGAN, Minn. – The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the world’s leading e-discovery training and certification professional association and part of The BARBRI Group, is pleased to announce Hanzo as a new affiliate partner. Hanzo is an industry leader in capturing dynamic data sources to provide clarity and control to corporate legal and compliance teams.

Through this partnership, Hanzo will leverage ACEDS’ breadth of resources, and connect with its global chapter network and events, and best-practice-oriented worldwide community of professionals. As an affiliate partner, Hanzo plays an important role in the global ACEDS community, contributing to the community’s collective knowledge and expertise in preserving and collecting data from social media and collaboration platforms, the advancement of training and professional development resources, and the broad needs of the ACEDS membership.

“We are thrilled to be embarking on a partnership with Hanzo that supports ACEDS and the legal community at-large,” said ACEDS Senior Director of Community Relations Maribel Rivera. “One goal will be to work collaboratively on research that will benefit our membership and provide insight around technology.”

“As collaboration platforms like Slack and Teams materially change business communication, ediscovery professionals are challenged to adapt their tools and processes for managing and preserving these new data sources,” said Brad Harris, VP of Product at Hanzo. “We at Hanzo are delighted to support the ACEDS community and their commitment to ediscovery best practices through this partnership and to support corporate legal teams in overcoming these hurdles.”

About ACEDS
The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), part of leading legal education provider The BARBRI Group, is a global member-based association for professionals who work in e-discovery, information governance, compliance and the broader legal community. ACEDS provides training and certification in e-discovery and related disciplines to corporate legal departments, law firms, the government, service providers and institutions of higher learning. Our CEDS certification is recognized around the world and used to verify skills and competence in electronic discovery for organizations and individuals through training, certification and ongoing education. The CEDS credential is held by practitioners at the largest Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 200 firms and government agencies. ACEDS has 23 chapters, with locations in most major US cities, the UK, Ireland, Canada, the Netherlands and South Africa (with Australia and South America chapters coming soon). Our goal is to help professionals and organizations reduce the costs and risks associated with e-discovery while helping to improve and verify their skills and advance their careers and overall technology competence in e-discovery and related fields. http://www.aceds.org/

About HANZO
Hanzo provides modern ediscovery and compliance software for enterprise organizations. Our solutions empower legal and compliance teams to efficiently manage the preservation, targeted collection, and review of dynamic content from enterprise collaboration applications, social media, and complex websites. Hanzo is SOC 2® Type 2 certified, demonstrating Hanzo’s commitment to data security and serves large corporations across the globe—giving them control, visibility, and context over their data to reduce cost and mitigate risk. Learn more at hanzo.co and follow updates on Twitter: @gethanzo or on LinkedIn.

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Cindy Parks
913.526.6912
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eDiscoveryAdvisory ACEDS Partnership

ACEDS Announces Partnership With the eDiscovery Advisory Group, an E-Discovery, Information Governance, and Data Investigations Consultancy

Aug. 26, 2020– EAGAN, Minn. – The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the world’s leading e-discovery training and certification professional association and part of The BARBRI Group, is pleased to announce that the eDiscovery Advisory Group, a global consulting practice that architects and implements eDiscovery and information governance solutions for corporations, law firms, and government organizations, has joined as an ACEDS Affiliate Partner.

Through this partnership, employees and partners of the eDiscovery Advisory Group can access ACEDS’ breadth of job tools and networking forums, a global chapter network and events, and a best-practice-oriented worldwide community of professionals. As an ACEDS Affiliate Partner, the eDiscovery Advisory Group plays an important role in the global ACEDS community, leveraging and contributing to the community’s collective knowledge and expertise, and the association’s education, marketing, training and professional development resources.

“We are pleased to continue building the expertise and strength of the global e-discovery community through relationships with industry leaders such as the eDiscovery Advisory Group and sharing the breadth of its resources and expertise,” ACEDS Senior Director of Community Relations, Maribel Rivera said. “I am confident that the company’s professionals will have much to gain from and contribute to our partnership.”

“We are pleased to work closely with the ACEDS and BARBRI team to support the continuing education and certification for the eDiscovery industry,” said Jason Velasco, Founder and Advisor of the eDiscovery Advisory Group. “Our team will continue to actively share our global and deep in-house background in eDiscovery and Information Governance to continue advancing best practices and knowledge for ACEDS members and the entire industry.”

About ACEDS
The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), part of leading legal education provider The BARBRI Group, is a global member-based association for professionals who work in e-discovery, information governance, compliance and the broader legal community. ACEDS provides training and certification in e-discovery and related disciplines to corporate legal departments, law firms, the government, service providers and institutions of higher learning. Our CEDS certification is recognized around the world and used to verify skills and competence in electronic discovery for organizations and individuals through training, certification and ongoing education. The CEDS credential is held by practitioners at the largest Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 200 firms and government agencies. ACEDS has 23 chapters, with locations in most major US cities, the UK, Ireland, Canada, the Netherlands and South Africa (with Australia and South America chapters coming soon). Our goal is to help professionals and organizations reduce the costs and risks associated with e-discovery while helping to improve and verify their skills and advance their careers and overall technology competence in e-discovery and related fields. http://www.aceds.org/

About eDiscovery Advisory
The eDiscovery Advisory Group is a global team of experts and technologists in eDiscovery and Information Governance fields with deep in-house corporate experience. Our expert advisory services and technology approach reduces risk and costs throughout the data lifecycle without the pressure of being sold eDiscovery processing & hosting services. The eDiscovery Advisory Group focuses on personalized solutions leveraging efficient and defensible eDiscovery best practices as well as technology agnostic solutions for data management, legal hold, legacy data & data privacy. Visit www.ediscoveryadvisory.com to learn more.

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Departing Employees, Data Theft, and Digital Forensics

In late 2019, it was reported by Infosecurity Magazine that 72% of former employees admitted taking company data with them upon departure. Determining what actions a former employee took on a company device leading up to their departure can help assist in determining if company data was stolen or misappropriated. Did the departing employee retire or leave for a competitor? Where they forthcoming with their intent to depart or was it abrupt? Depending on the specifics of the situation, it may be advisable to perform a digital forensic investigation to help locate some answers.

It’s Never a Bad Idea to Preserve a Former Employee’s Devices

When an employee makes the decision to leave a company, it may be time to forensically preserve the contents of an employee’s business device(s), including cloud-based accounts. We are talking about devices provided by the employer for the employee to conduct their work and not personal devices. This will ensure the digital data has been collected in a manner that is admissible in court (should that be the outcome). If the device is not preserved and is reallocated to another employee, important information regarding the previous employee’s actions on the device may be overwritten.

Once the devices used by the employee have been forensically preserved, analysis may begin.

What Evidence May be Available?

USB device activity – This type of analysis includes determining what USB devices (removable storage devices) were plugged in during the system by the user. From reviewing the USB device activity in addition to file access records, it may be possible to determine whether or not file transfers to external devices have occurred on the device

Sent and received emails – Reviewing the  work email account may prove beneficial in locating possible file transfers via email to personal accounts, messages that have been deleted and who they were communicating with about their departure.

File sharing websites – From Dropbox to Google Drive, employees may use online file sharing websites and applications  to steal company data. A review of the web browser history, including active and deleted records, may show access to file sharing websites as well as possible file uploads. It’s also advisable to see if any file sharing programs have been installed on their work computer or mobile device.

Device activity prior to departure – This type of analysis can help determine what the user did on the device prior to leaving the company. Were a large number of files deleted? Were programs uninstalled or removed? This type of analysis can give you a good picture of what was going on in the days leading up to the separation

Deleted file recovery – If a former employee has deleted files before turning their device over, forensic software may have the capability to locate and restore these previously existing files.

Internet history and searches – Web browser history may play a helpful part in determining activity prior to leaving the company. Internet history analysis has the capability to show what websites were visited and when, as well as the ability to recover deleted web browser history and searches. You may also find file access records within the browser history cache which can show when files were accessed and from what location.

Conclusion

Engaging a digital forensics company to analyze a former employee’s business devices can ultimately act as a guard to protect an organization’s intellectual property. If nothing else, consulting with a digital forensics expert can assist in analyzing the situation and offering suggestions on the best way to move forward.

Socha's Weekly Trend Report

Socha’s Weekly Trend Report – August 24, 2020

Notes on recent trends in e-discovery, data privacy, and the use of technology to enhance the practice of law


Announcements

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Announcements, E-Discovery08/24/2020EDRM announced its virtual ExpoCom 2021, set for February 1-3, 2021 with expert presenters, technology expo, EDRM project workshops, and networking.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/20/2020Ricoh Canada announced it has become a RelativityOne Approved Data Migration Partner, one of only seven companies to hold this level of partnership.
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/19/2020Thomson Reuters introduced Quick Check Judicial, a new Westlaw Edge feature within Quick Check, reported Bob Ambrogi of LawSites. With Quick Check Judicial, a judge can upload multiple briefs from a single matter and compare them against each other, seeing all the cases cited by both parties in common, all the cases cited by only one party or the other, and relevant cases cited by neither party.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/19/2020E-discovery software company Venio Systems announced a majority investment from Software Growth Partners (SGP).
Announcements, E-Discovery, Information Governance, Privacy08/18/2020The Sedona Conference announced that Volume 21 of The Sedona Conference Journal (684 pages long) is now available for free download from The Sedona Conference publications webpage.
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/18/2020Thomson Reuters announced an upgraded version of HighQ, its enterprise collaboration and file-sharing platform for the legal industry, reported Bob Ambrogi of LawSites.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/18/2020Litigation support companies Innovative Litigation and iNSERViO3 announced they will begin operating as one brand under a new name, Array.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/18/2020ACEDS announced it has partnered with Relativity to offer structured e-discovery training for the Relativity Fellows program, with ACEDS providing training to program participants and speakers for the program’s Fellows Forums.
Announcements, Privacy08/13/2020The Massachusetts Attorney announced the creation of the Data Privacy and Security Division to protect consumers from the surge of threats to the privacy and security of their data.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/13/2020ESI Analyst announced a new channel partnership with Complete Legal, a Kansas City, Missouri-based eDiscovery provider.

E-discovery

CategoriesDateEntries
Announcements, E-Discovery08/24/2020EDRM announced its virtual ExpoCom 2021, set for February 1-3, 2021 with expert presenters, technology expo, EDRM project workshops, and networking.
E-Discovery, People08/24/2020Dean Brown, CEO of Ipro Tech, was profiled by Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today in a three posts, Part One, Part Two, and Part 3.
E-Discovery08/21/2020COVID-19 is changing e-discovery in at least 5 ways, reported Rhys Dipshan of Legaltech News
E-Discovery, Enhancing Practice08/20/2020The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) published a draft report, Four Principles of Explainable Artificial Intelligence, which sets forth four proposed principles regarding the “explainability” of decisions made by Artificial Intelligence systems, reported Hunton Andrews Kurth. The four principles are:
  • Explanation: Systems deliver accompanying evidence or reason(s) for all outputs.
  • Meaningful: Systems provide explanations that are understandable to individual users.
  • Explanation Accuracy: The explanation correctly reflects the system’s process for generating the output.
  • Knowledge Limits: The system only operates under conditions for which it was designed or when the system reaches a sufficient confidence in its output.
E-Discovery, Enhancing Practice08/20/2020Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today offered a preview of the upcoming ILTA>ON virtual conference, which will run from Mon. Aug. 24 through Fri. Aug. 28:
  • Monday: Free day. Leadership and professional development topic; live keynote; transformative project of the year award nominees will present their projects.
  • Tuesday: Training/User Support, Data Science Track/ILTA, Knowledge Management, Legal Service Delivery and Law Firm/Client Relations.
  • Wednesday: Litigation Support, IT Operations, Office 365, Marketing.
  • Thursday: Tech Adoption/Artificial Intelligence, Applications, Finance (AM)/Info Governance (PM).
  • Friday: #CreatingTheFuture Together (2 tracks), Business & Legal Process Improvements.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/20/2020Ricoh Canada announced it has become a RelativityOne Approved Data Migration Partner, one of only seven companies to hold this level of partnership.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/19/2020E-discovery software company Venio Systems announced a majority investment from Software Growth Partners (SGP).
Announcements, E-Discovery, Information Governance, Privacy08/18/2020The Sedona Conference announced that Volume 21 of The Sedona Conference Journal (684 pages long) is now available for free download from The Sedona Conference publications webpage.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/18/2020Litigation support companies Innovative Litigation and iNSERViO3 announced they will begin operating as one brand under a new name, Array.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/18/2020ACEDS announced it has partnered with Relativity to offer structured e-discovery training for the Relativity Fellows program, with ACEDS providing training to program participants and speakers for the program’s Fellows Forums.
E-Discovery, People08/17/2020Michael Sarlo, Partner and Senior Executive Vice President of eDiscovery of Digital Forensics for HaystackID, was profiled by Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today in three posts: Part One, Part Two, and Part Three.
E-Discovery08/16/2020Rob Robinson of Complex Discovery published the results of his Fall 2020 Predictive Coding Technologies and Protocols Survey.
Announcements, E-Discovery08/13/2020ESI Analyst announced a new channel partnership with Complete Legal, a Kansas City, Missouri-based eDiscovery provider.
E-Discovery07/01/2020In an ABA publication, Alex Nunn of the University of Arkansas School of Law explored two aspects of machine-generated evidence: recognizing how machine-generated evidence differs from testimony and other traditional evidence, and how best to evaluate machine-generated evidence at trial.

Enhancing practice

CategoriesDateEntries
Enhancing Practice08/21/2020Litera announced the acquisition of cloud-based litigation platform Allegory Law, a subsidiary of Integreon, adding case management to its list of capabilities, reported Bob Ambrogi of LawSites.
E-Discovery, Enhancing Practice08/20/2020The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) published a draft report, Four Principles of Explainable Artificial Intelligence, which sets forth four proposed principles regarding the “explainability” of decisions made by Artificial Intelligence systems, reported Hunton Andrews Kurth. The four principles are:
  • Explanation: Systems deliver accompanying evidence or reason(s) for all outputs.
  • Meaningful: Systems provide explanations that are understandable to individual users.
  • Explanation Accuracy: The explanation correctly reflects the system’s process for generating the output.
  • Knowledge Limits: The system only operates under conditions for which it was designed or when the system reaches a sufficient confidence in its output.
Enhancing Practice08/20/2020The Working Group on LegalTech Adoption in International Arbitration published the Protocol for Online Case Management in International Arbitration, reported Kushal Gandhi of CMS, one of the working group’s members.
E-Discovery, Enhancing Practice08/20/2020Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today offered a preview of the upcoming ILTA>ON virtual conference, which will run from Mon. Aug. 24 through Fri. Aug. 28:
  • Monday: Free day. Leadership and professional development topic; live keynote; transformative project of the year award nominees will present their projects.
  • Tuesday: Training/User Support, Data Science Track/ILTA, Knowledge Management, Legal Service Delivery and Law Firm/Client Relations.
  • Wednesday: Litigation Support, IT Operations, Office 365, Marketing.
  • Thursday: Tech Adoption/Artificial Intelligence, Applications, Finance (AM)/Info Governance (PM).
  • Friday: #CreatingTheFuture Together (2 tracks), Business & Legal Process Improvements.
Enhancing Practice08/20/2020The legal technology newsletter TechnoLawyer published its picks for the top products of the year, reported Bob Ambrogi of LawSites, as it has done for almost every year since 2011. The winners (none of them e-discovery tools, by the way), were:
  1. TrialLine, software for creating timelines for litigation and other legal uses.
  2. Zola Suite, a practice management platform.
  3. Word LX, a document creation add-in for Microsoft Word.
  4. Tracers, for searching public records.
  5. CourtLink, for searching court records.
  6. Lawyaw, cloud-based document assembly software.
  7. Zola CRM, a CRM product that can be used on its own or as an add-on to Zola Suite.
  8. Panoramic, a legal workflow management product.
  9. Actionstep Express, a cloud practice management system.
  10. PCLaw Go, a native mobile app for PCLaw users.
Enhancing Practice08/20/2020Law firms’ alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) are banking on access to attorney expertise over price, reported Victoria Hudgins of Legaltech News, and some corporate legal departments appear to agree.
Enhancing Practice08/20/2020Virtual jury trials are neither wanted nor happening, reported Angela Morris of Legaltech News. 57% of almost 2,800 lawyers surveyed in June said they were not open to virtual jury trials, 24% said maybe, and only 19% said yes; and none seems to have taken place yet.
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/19/2020Thomson Reuters introduced Quick Check Judicial, a new Westlaw Edge feature within Quick Check, reported Bob Ambrogi of LawSites. With Quick Check Judicial, a judge can upload multiple briefs from a single matter and compare them against each other, seeing all the cases cited by both parties in common, all the cases cited by only one party or the other, and relevant cases cited by neither party.
Announcements, Enhancing Practice08/18/2020Thomson Reuters announced an upgraded version of HighQ, its enterprise collaboration and file-sharing platform for the legal industry, reported Bob Ambrogi of LawSites.
Enhancing Practice, People08/18/2020Brian Kuhn, Vice President & General Manager, Digital Strategy & Solutions at Elevate, talked with Richard Tromans on Artificial Lawyer TV.
Enhancing Practice, People08/17/2020California attorney Erin Levine, creator of the do-it-yourself divorce platform Hello Divorce and 2020 recipient of the James I. Keane Memorial Award for Excellence in eLawyering, joined Bob Ambrogi on LawNext to share her story as well as that of Hello Divorce.
Enhancing Practice, People08/17/2020Lucy Bassli, founder and principal of InnoLegal Services, was profiled by Zach Warren of Legaltech News, who talked with her about her background and ALSPs.
Enhancing Practice08/14/2020Chris Fowler of BT and Jon Pedersen of Digital Legal Exchange, as current and past general counsel shared ideas about how to begin and sustain a legal department’s litigation transformation.

Privacy

CategoriesDateEntries
Privacy08/19/2020The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) issued a draft Data Security Law (DSL) for public comment, reported Hui Xu, Gail E. Crawford, Jennifer C. Archie, Kieran Donovan, and Aster Y. Lin of Lathan & Watkins.
Privacy08/19/2020Japan passed amendments to its data privacy law, the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (“APPI”), reported Scott Warren and Maika Kawaguchi of Squire Patton Boggs, that will results in stricter controls over transfers of personal information from Japan to third countries.
Announcements, E-Discovery, Information Governance, Privacy08/18/2020The Sedona Conference announced that Volume 21 of The Sedona Conference Journal (684 pages long) is now available for free download from The Sedona Conference publications webpage.
Announcements, Privacy08/13/2020The Massachusetts Attorney announced the creation of the Data Privacy and Security Division to protect consumers from the surge of threats to the privacy and security of their data.

People

CategoriesDateEntries
E-Discovery, People08/24/2020Dean Brown, CEO of Ipro Tech, was profiled by Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today in a three posts, Part One, Part Two, and Part 3.
Enhancing Practice, People08/18/2020Brian Kuhn, Vice President & General Manager, Digital Strategy & Solutions at Elevate, talked with Richard Tromans on Artificial Lawyer TV.
E-Discovery, People08/17/2020Michael Sarlo, Partner and Senior Executive Vice President of eDiscovery of Digital Forensics for HaystackID, was profiled by Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today in three posts: Part One, Part Two, and Part Three.
Enhancing Practice, People08/17/2020California attorney Erin Levine, creator of the do-it-yourself divorce platform Hello Divorce and 2020 recipient of the James I. Keane Memorial Award for Excellence in eLawyering, joined Bob Ambrogi on LawNext to share her story as well as that of Hello Divorce.
Enhancing Practice, People08/17/2020Lucy Bassli, founder and principal of InnoLegal Services, was profiled by Zach Warren of Legaltech News, who talked with her about her background and ALSPs.

Upcoming events

CategoriesTypesDatesTimesEntries
E-DiscoveryConference08/24/202010 am ETILTA>ON
Organization: ILTA
E-DiscoveryWorkshop08/25/20209:30 am CESTeDiscovery workshop for legal professionals
Organization: ZyLAB
PrivacyWebinar08/25/202011 am ETPractical Next Steps: What the Schrems II Decision Means for Your Data Transfers
Organization: Ankura
Speakers: Odia Kagan (Fox Rothschild), David Manek (Ankura), Brian Segobiano (Ankura), Tomi Taggart (Ankura)
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/25/202011 am ETEnd-to-end eDiscovery: Augment OpenText Axcelerate, OpenText Insight and OpenText Legal Hold capabilities with endpoint data collection
Organization: OpenText
Enhancing PracticeWebinar08/25/202012 pm ETUsing AI for maximum speed and insight in real estate transactions
Organization: Luminance
Speaker: Gavin Williams (Holland & Knight)
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/25/20201 pm ETPREX Summit Series: Special Masters in Litigation
Organizations: EDRM, Zapproved
Speakers: Maura Grossman (University of Waterloo), Hon. Ira Warshawsky (Meyer Suozzi), Hon. Frank Maas (JAMS), Hon. Kristen L. Mix (U.S. District Court, District of Colorado)
E-DiscoveryWebinar8/25/20201 pm ETUsing Dashboards for Greater Efficiency
Organization: Nuix
Speaker: Emily Tice
E-Discovery, PrivacyWebinar08/25/20201 pm ETSecure, Efficient, Remote Review: Organization Administration Made Easy
Organization: Everlaw
Speakers: Jennifer Roberts, Isabela Reid
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/25/20202 pm ETE-discovery in 2020: COVID-19’s Impact on Our Data Footprint
Organizations: Law.com, FTI Technology
E-Discoveryy, PrivacyWebinar08/25/20202 pm ETClean Up and Govern File Shares, MS Teams, and More
Organizations: Microsoft, ZL Technologies
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/25/20203 pm BSTThe application of eDiscovery tools in Latin America and Civil Law countries
Organization: Luminance
Speakers: Juan Di Luca (Data Analysis Services Ltd), Tom Megson (Luminance)
E-DiscoveryMeeting08/25/20206 pm ETEDRM Support Virtual Gathering
Organization: EDRM
Enhancing PracticeWebinar08/26/202010 am BSTHow Artificial Intelligence will Change our Life and our Profession
Organization: Luminance
Speakers: Michael Waechter (Asiajuris), Clementine Fox (Luminance)
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/26/202011 am ETUsing AI-powered eDiscovery tools for rapid and robust document review
Organizations: EDRM, Luminance
Speakers: Juan Di Luca (Data Analysis Services Ltd), Jason Brennan (Luminance)
PrivacyWebinar08/26/202012 pm ET5 Signs Your Privacy Management Program is Not Working for You
Organization: TrustArc
Speakers: Paul Breitbarth, Edward Hu
E-DiscoveryMeeting08/26/202012 pm ETBoston Chapter Meeting – The New Normal
Organization: Women in eDiscovery (WiE)
CybersecurityWebinar08/26/202012 pm ETHunting for Advanced Threats – Tips and Tricks
Organization: Fidelis Cybersecurity
Speaker: Ken Donze
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/26/20201 pm ETExperience the New XDD-360 Technology Suite
Organization: Xact Data Discovery (XDD)
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/26/20201 pm ETWebinar on The Sedona Conference Commentary on ESI Evidence & Admissibility, Second Edition (Public Comment Version)
Organization: The Sedona Conference
Speakers: Kenneth J. Withers (The Sedona Conference), Kevin Brady (Volkswagen Group of America), Hon. Ralph Artigliere (ret.), Hassia Diolombi (Shook Hardy & Bacon), Hon. Paul W. Grimm (U.S. District Judge, District of Maryland), Del Kolde (City of Federal Way (WA) Law Department), Hon. Thomas Vanaskie (ret.) (Stevens & Lee)
E-DiscoveryWorkshop08/26/20201 pm ETDigital Investigation Solutions for Mac & Windows: A Forensic Workshop
Organization: Cellebrite
PrivacyWebinar08/26/20202 pm ETPrivacy Assurance: establishing a second line of defense to sustain compliance
Organization: Grant Thornton
Speakers: Eric Paulson, Jessica Mawrence, Ariana Davis
E-DiscoveryVirtual Happy Hour08/26/20205:30 pm ETACEDS ILTA>ON Virtual Happy Hour and Scavenger Hunt
Organization: ACEDS
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/27/202011 am ETTips & Tricks // Harnessing Magnet.AI to Save Time in Your Investigations
Organization: Magnet Forensics
Speaker: Trey Amick
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/27/202012:30 pm ETSHEPHERD SPEAKS: Aero UI Training Session Webinar
Organization: Shepherd Data Services
Speakers: Jen Stegora, Alicia Graham
PrivacyWebinar08/27/20201 pm ETChief Privacy Officer Virtual KnowledgeBridge
Organization: Consero
CybersecurityWebinar08/27/20202 pm ETIs “Trust but Verify” the Most Important Security Strategy?
Organizations: Sherpa, Lepide
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/27/20202 pm ETWhen the Odds are Against You: Antitrust Merger Review
Organization: Text IQ
Speaker: Ausra Deluard (Dentons)
E-DiscoveryMeeting08/27/202012 pm PTLunch with Leaders! Discussion about motivation
Organization: San Diego Paralegal Association, Practice Aligned Resources, Women in eDiscovery (WiE)
Speaker: Lauren Doucette (Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP)
Enhancing PracticeWebinar08/27/20204:30 pm BSTLife after Lock-down: How to prioritise LegalTech when budgets are limited
Organization: 3Kites
E-DiscoveryWebinar08/27/20204:30 pm ISTThe Importance of Email Archiving
Organization: Waterford Technologies
Speakers: Michael Osterman (Osterman Research), Griffin Tamura (Waterford Technologies)
PrivacyWebinar08/28/202011 am ETSchrems II Fallout — Understanding Essential Equivalence and What Businesses Should Do Now
Organization: Sidley
Speakers: Colleen Brown (Sidley), Chris Foreman (Merck), William RM Long (Sidley), Maarten Meulenbelt (Sidley), Helen Woollett (The Body Shop)
E-Discovery, Enhancing PracticeWebinar08/28/20203 pm ETLegaltech Week Live: Journalists’ Roundtable
Information Governance, PrivacyWebinar08/29/20201 pm ETThe Impact of Security & Data Governance Strategies in a Covid-19 World
Organization: ILTA
Speakers: Chris Zegers (IVIONICS), Paul Sperry (IVIONICS), Ken Jones (Tanenbaum Keale)
E-DiscoveryMeeting09/01/20206 pm ETEDRM Support Virtual Gathering
Organization: EDRM
Enhancing Practice, PrivacyConference09/02/20205th Internet of Things (IoT) National (Virtual) Institute 2020
Organization: American Bar Association
Enhancing Practice, PrivacyConference09/02/202012 pm ETDAY 1: IoT 2020 Virtual National Institute
Organization: American Bar Association
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/02/202012 pm ETImportant eDiscovery Case Law Decisions for September 2020
Organization: EDRM
Speakers: Doug Austin (eDiscovery Today), Mary Mack (EDRM), Craig Ball (Craig D. Ball, P.C.), Tom O’Connor (Gulf Legal Technology Center)
CybersecurityWebinar09/02/202012 pm ETHow to Stop the Spread of a Ransomware Attack
Organization: Fidelis Cybersecurity
Speaker: David Braun
PrivacyWebinar09/02/20202 pm BSTSuccessfully Managing Data Processors to Comply with GDPR
Organization: Exterro
Speakers: Stuart Davidson (Exterro), Ainhoa Gonzalez (GVC Holding Plc), Judy Krieg (Fieldfisher)
E-DiscoveryWorkshop09/03/20209:30 am CESTeDiscovery worship for Governments
Organization: ZyLAB
Session in Dutch
E-DiscoveryConference09/03/20201 pm ETElectronic Discovery Nuts & Bolts 2020
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Lauri Sawyer (Jones Day), Marla S.K. Crawford (Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC)
PrivacyWebinar09/03/20202 pm ETEffective Data Retention: How to Minimize Your Privacy Risks and Maintain Regulatory Compliance
Organizations: Compliance Week, Exterro
E-Discovery, Enhancing PracticeWebinar09/04/20203 pm ETLegaltech Week Live: Journalists’ Roundtable
E-Discovery, PrivacyConference09/08/20209 am ETInternal Investigations 2020
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Richard J. Morvillo (Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP), David B. Anders (Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz), Martine M. Beamon (Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP), Thomas A. Hanusik (Crowell & Moring), Dani R. James (Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP), James M. Koukios (Morrison & Foerster LLP), Ellen M. Murphy (Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP), Lynn A. Neils (Baker Botts LLP), Cheryl J. Scarboro (Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP), Andrew Stemmer (Deutsche Bank), Peter H. White (Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP), Samuel J. Winer (Foley & Lardner LLP)
PrivacyWebinar09/08/202012 pm ETCCPA: Preparing for 2020 Compliance with California’s Landmark Privacy Law
Organization: Morgan Lewis
Speakers: W. Reece Hirsch, Andrew J. Gray IV
Enhancing PracticeConference09/08/20209 am PTThe Law and Ethics of NewLaw
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Lucian T. Pera (Adams & Reese LLP), Mark L. Tuft (Cooper, White & Cooper LLP), Merri A. Baldwin (Rogers Joseph O’Donnell), Laura Giokas (Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP), Justice Deno Hemonas, Peter R. Jarvis (Holland & Knight LLP), Ronald C. Minkoff (Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, PC), Toby J. Rothschild (OneJustice), Lynda Shely (The Shely Firm PC)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/08/202012 pm BSTMagnet AXIOM Cyber Demo
Organization: Magnet Forensics
Speaker: Rhys Tooby
PrivacyConference09/09/20209 am PTTwenty-First Annual Institute on Privacy and Cybersecurity Law
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/202012 pm ETNuix Workstation Ease of Upgrade
Organization: Nuix
Speakers: Mike Jackson, Michael Lappin
CybersecurityWebinar09/09/202012 pm ETSpotting and Mitigating Enforcement Issues Concerning Cybersecurity-Related Controls and Disclosures
Organization: Morgan Lewis
Speakers: Susan D. Resley, Andrew J. Gray IV
Cybersecurity, Enhancing Practice, PrivacyConference09/09/202012 pm ETDAY 2: IoT 2020 Virtual National Institute
Organization: American Bar Association
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/202012 pm BSTArbitrations Are on the Rise: What Does This Mean for eDiscovery Practitioners in the UK?
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Donald Macdonald (Consilio), Tim Elliss (Enyo Law LLP), Gregory Campbell (Everlaw), Andrew Mackenzie (Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla)
CybersecurityWebinar09/09/202012 pm ETYou’re Under Attack – How to Expedite Incident Response
Organization: Fidelis Cybersecurity
Speaker: Tony Allegrati
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/20201 pm ET5 E-Discovery Technology Trends to Watch and When to Buy
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Alayne Russom (Thrivent), Christa Haskins (BD), Mike Hamilton (Exterro)
E-Discovery, Cybersecurity, PrivacyWebinar09/09/20202 pm ETLegal SWOT Analysis: Identifying Opportunities & Threats for eDiscovery, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy During the Pandemic
Organization: Ipro
Speakers: Doug Austin (eDiscovery Today), Tom O’Connor (Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center), Jim Gill (Ipro)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/09/20203 pm CESTCloud Forensics for Law Enforcement: How to Use Cloud Data When there is Hardly any Regulation
Organization: Magnet Forensics
Speaker: Rhys Tooby
Enhancing PracticeConference09/10/2020The Legal COO Virtual Roundtable
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/202011 am ISTThe “New” Archiving: Meeting today’s retention, compliance, and e-discovery needs
Organizations: Mazars, Waterford Technologies
Speakers: Liam McKennan (Mazars), Mark Mulcahy (Waterford Technologies)
E-DiscoveryMeeting09/10/202012 pm ETAtlanta Chapter Meeting – New Trends in Forensic Collections
Organization: Women in eDiscovery (WiE)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/20201 pm ETMicrosoft 365 & E-Discovery Part One: Current State, Migration, Adoption, and Consolidation to M365
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Erica Toelle (Microsoft), Tim Kurucz (Innovative Development), Chris Hurlebaus (Lighthouse), Vera Clemons (USPS)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/20201 pm ETThe Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation: Resources for the Judiciary (Third Edition)
Organization: The Sedona Conference
Speakers: Kenneth J. Withers (The Sedona Conference), Ronald J. Hedges (Dentons US LLP), Hon. Helen C. Adams (Southern District of Iowa), Hon. Xavier Rodriguez (Western District of Texas), Hon. Elizabeth M. Schwabedissen (11th Judicial Circuit Court, Florida)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/10/20203 pm ETPREX Summit Series: Hiring and Retaining a Racially Diverse Team
Organization: Zapproved
Speakers: Monica Enand, CEO (Zapproved), Barry Parsons (Freddie Mac), Natalie Carter (Duke Energy)
Cybersecurity, E-DiscoveryWebinar09/11/20201 pm ETMore Unpopular Ideas for Cybersecurity and Electronic Discovery
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Ronald J. Hedges (Dentons US LLP), Seth Eichenholtz (Mastercard), Patrick J. Burke (Phillips Nizer LLP)
E-Discovery, Enhancing PracticeWebinar09/11/20203 pm ETLegaltech Week Live: Journalists’ Roundtable
Enhancing PracticeConference09/14/20202020 Dispute Resolution Tech Expo
Organization: American Bar Association
Cybersecurity, PrivacyConference09/14/20209:50 am ET19th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute
Organization: Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE)
E-Discovery, Information GovernanceWebinar09/14/20201 pm ETLocking Down Your Data: Adapting to Lawyers Working Remotely
Organization: Practising Law Institute (PLI)
Speakers: Justin S. Daniels (Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC), Gail Gottehrer (Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC), Jon P. Washburn (Stoel Rives LLP)
Cybersecurity, Privacy, E-Discovery, Enhancing PracticeConference09/15/20208:45 am ETGeneral Counsel Conference 2020
Organization: Corporate Counsel
PrivacyWebinar09/15/202012 pm ETBalancing Data Privacy Obligations and Regulatory Reporting/Disclosure Requirements in International Export and Sanctions Investigations
Organization: Morgan Lewis
Speakers: Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp, Andrew J. Gray IV
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/15/20201 pm ETNow What? Cross-Border and International Discovery Post-Schrems II
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Mike Quartararo (ACEDS), Eric Mandel (Driven), Bryant Isbell (Baker McKenzie)
Enhancing PracticeWebinar09/15/20201 pm ETHow to Ethically Protect and Secure Communication in Online Dispute Resolution
Organization: American Bar Association (ABA)
Speakers: Leslie Ann Berkoff, Michael Kreitman, Michael Powell, Brent O E Clinkscale
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/15/20201:30 pm ETCorporate clutter and defensible deletion
Organization: DLA Piper
Speakers: Jennifer M. Feldman, Leeanne S. Mancari, Andrew J. Peck
Enhancing PracticeConference09/16/202012 pm ETDAY 3: IoT 2020 Virtual National Institute
Organization: American Bar Association
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/16/202012 pm ETHatch-Waxman Matters and eDiscovery: Turbo-Charging Pharma Collections and Reviews
Organization: HaystackID
Speakers: Michael Sarlo (HaystackID), John Wilson (HaystackID), Albert Barsocchini (NightOwl Global), Vazantha Meyers (HaystackID)
Enhancing PracticeWebinar09/16/20201 pm ETPREX Summit Series: The Sustainability Factor: Making Processes and Cost Predictable in an Age of Unpredictability
Organization: EDRM
Speaker: Jennifer Bantelman (Zapproved)
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/16/20201 pm ETMastering E-Discovery with Exterro’s E-Discovery Software Suite
Organization: Exterro
Speakers: Bill Piwonka, Nancy Patton
CybersecurityWebinar09/16/20202 pm ET3rd Annual National Cybersecurity Summit: Key Cyber Insights
Organization: Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
CybersecurityConference09/17/20208:50 am MTPhoenix Virtual Cybersecurity Summit
Organization: Data Connectors
PrivacyWebinar09/17/202012 pm ETGDPR Hot Issues: Cookies, Data Transfers, and Enforcement Trends
Organization: Morgan Lewis
Speakers: Pulina Whitaker, Dr. Axel Spies, Andrew J. Gray IV
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/17/2020 1 pm ETHow to Prove a Negative Without Breaking the Bank
Organization: ACEDS
Speakers: Thomas Gricks (OpenText), Robin E. Stewart (utak Rock LLP), Tracy Drynan (OpenText)
E-DiscoveryMeeting09/19/20206 pm PTSan Diego Paralegal Association Virtual Monthly Mixer
Organization: San Diego Paralegal Association
Cybersecurity, PrivacyConference09/20/202012 pm ETThe Sedona Conference Working Group 11 Midyear Meeting 2020
Organization: The Sedona Conference
E-DiscoveryConference09/21/2020Relativity Fest 2020
Organization: Relativity
Enhancing PracticeConference09/22/2020Microsoft Ignite
E-DiscoveryConference09/22/20208 am ETPFIC 2020
Organization: Paraben Corporation
E-DiscoveryWebinar09/22/20201 pm ETBest Practices for Nuix Discover Ingestions
Organization: Nuix
Speakers: Jamie Inghram, Brian Miklos
Enhancing PracticeConference09/23/202012 pm ETDAY 4: IoT 2020 Virtual National Institute
Organization: American Bar Association
CybersecurityWebinar09/23/20202 pm ET3rd Annual National Cybersecurity Summit: Leading the Digital Transformation
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AccessData ACEDS Partnership

ACEDS Announces Partnership With AccessData, a Global, End-To-End Forensic Investigative Solutions Provider

Aug. 21, 2020EAGAN, Minn. – The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the world’s leading e-discovery training and certification professional association and part of The BARBRI Group, is pleased to announce that AccessData, an industry leader in forensics investigative solutions, has joined as an ACEDS Affiliate Partner.

Through this partnership, employees and partners of AccessData can leverage ACEDS’ breadth of job tools and networking forums, a global chapter network and events, and a best-practice-oriented worldwide community of professionals. As an ACEDS Affiliate Partner, AccessData plays an important role in the global ACEDS community, leveraging and contributing to the community’s collective knowledge and expertise, and the association’s education, marketing, training and professional development resources.

“AccessData is a great example of the diverse professions and specializations represented by ACEDS partners and within our larger e-discovery community,” Michael Quartararo, president ACEDS and professional development said. “The contributions of the AccessData will provide valuable insights and learnings around the specific area of forensics data. I’m excited about what the organization brings to ACEDS and our members.”

“AccessData is committed to working with e-discovery professionals in corporate, government and law firm environments to help them reduce the costs and risks associated with data collection and e-discovery management,” said Abdeslam Afras, president and chief revenue officer of AccessData. “This strategic focus is perfectly aligned with ACEDS’ mission, and is at the heart of the training, education and certification programs they deliver with such skill. We look forward to partnering again with ACEDS to help advance the e-discovery profession.”

About ACEDS
The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), part of leading legal education provider The BARBRI Group, is a global member-based association for professionals who work in e-discovery, information governance, compliance and the broader legal community. ACEDS provides training and certification in e-discovery and related disciplines to corporate legal departments, law firms, the government, service providers and institutions of higher learning. Our CEDS certification is recognized around the world and used to verify skills and competence in electronic discovery for organizations and individuals through training, certification and ongoing education. The CEDS credential is held by practitioners at the largest Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 200 firms and government agencies. ACEDS has 23 chapters, with locations in most major US cities, the UK, Ireland, Canada, the Netherlands and South Africa (with Australia and South America chapters coming soon). Our goal is to help professionals and organizations reduce the costs and risks associated with e-discovery while helping to improve and verify their skills and advance their careers and overall technology competence in e-discovery and related fields. http://www.aceds.org/

About AccessData®
Whether it’s for investigation, litigation or compliance, AccessData® offers industry-leading solutions that put the power of forensics in your hands. For more than 30 years, AccessData has worked with more than 130,000 customers in law enforcement, government agencies, corporations and law firms around the world, providing both stand-alone and enterprise-class solutions that can synergistically work together. The company is backed by Sorenson Capital, a leading private equity firm focused on high-growth portfolios. For more information on AccessData, please go to www.accessdata.com

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