As you know if you read this blog, EDRM is committed to education within the eDiscovery industry. Now, a new partnership with the Institute for IG and IMERGE Consulting will provide education for those interested in learning more about information governance (IG) and electronic records management (ERM).
At the start of the year, one of the goals that I identified for the blog this year was to provide more perspectives from other professionals in the industry. Not only does that give our readership different points of view, but it also saves me some work! With that in mind, I asked various people that I met with (and/or presented with) at LegalTech® New York 2016 (LTNY) last week to offer their observations about this year’s conference. Ten of them did, and those observations are reflected here.
While many of us were at LegalTech® New York 2016 last week, an important new framework for transatlantic data flows was agreed upon – the EU-US Privacy Shield.
In Nuvasive, Inc. v. Madsen Med. Inc., California Chief District Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz, considering new standards imposed under recently amended Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(e), granted the plaintiff’s motion for an order vacating the Court's previous order granting (in part) the defendants' Motion for Sanctions for Spoliation of Evidence.
When EDRM announced eDiscovery Daily as an Education partner back in March, EDRM agreed to publish our daily posts on the EDRM site and it has been great to publish our content via the leading standards organization for the eDiscovery market! However, another part of our agreement was for eDiscovery Daily to provide exclusive content to EDRM, including articles sharing real-life examples of organizations using EDRM resources in their own eDiscovery workflows. Our latest participant profile is available on the EDRM site and we’re looking for other organizations to share their EDRM experiences!
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