University of Florida Brings eDiscovery Teachings to a Chinese University: eDiscovery Best Practices

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discovery obligations, but also understand the methodologies and technologies associated with managing eDiscovery. As covered in Legaltech News® ( University of Florida Brings E-Discovery Expertise Abroad With Chinese University Partnership , written by Rhys Dipshan), the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law recently partnered with Southeast University in Nanjing, China, to launch an intensive two-week course aimed at educating local law students on U.S.

#ModernDataMasters: Bob More, SVP Global Field Operations

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Data morality and ethics are definitely areas that need to be grappled with and data management solutions like Reltio and others like e-discovery tools will be front and centre in that trend. Uncategorized B Compliance & GDPR B Consumer 360 B Customer 360 B Digital Transformation B Financial Services & Insurance B Healthcare B High-Tech & Manufacturing B IT B Business B Life Sciences B Machine Learning B Patient & Member 360 B Retail & CPG

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About Half of Surveyed Companies Haven’t Started Preparing for CCPA: Data Privacy Trends

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Last week at the University of Florida E-Discovery Conference , I talked about the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) as one of the things that organizations need to be prepared to address these days as part of their compliance obligations. technology, manufacturing, financial services, utilities and health care companies finds that 44 percent of companies that will impacted by the CCPA haven’t yet taken steps towards compliance. Electronic Discovery Privacy

Jason R. Baron of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP: eDiscovery Trends 2018

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Five years ago, we saw the emergence of one form of AI in the guise of technology-assisted review in e-discovery. So, there’s the question of liability, i.e., whether the software developer or manufacturer are held to a standard of strict liability, and what kind of ethical considerations are involved. I don’t know whether the mentality really has to change, especially in light of the 2015 Amendments that highlight the need for proportionality and discovery.