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Information Governance Spotlighted by ICLEF

This post on information governance from Helen Geib, QDiscovery General Counsel, was originally published on LinkedIn here. Please visit the original piece to leave any comment. The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Foundation’s Advanced Corporate Counsel program is an annual state-wide event held this year on August 25-26 at Lake Monroe. The round-table format encourages discussions[…Read More]

ECPA Amendment Could Require Warrants to Obtain Email

Several of the largest technological corporations and Internet companies have joined forces with organizations across the political spectrum to show support for a proposed amendment to the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA). In July, companies such as Adobe, Facebook, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, Twitter and Yahoo wrote a letter to the Senate advocating the passage of[…Read More]

Coming Soon: Major Changes to E-Discovery Rules

In 2014, we may find ourselves teetering on the edge of some major amendments to the discovery provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Just this month, the United States Courts’ Advisory Committee on Civil Rules voted to send proposed amendments to its Standing Committee on Rules and Practice and Procedure. Their recommendation is[…Read More]

ForenSecure’13: IT Forensics and Security Conference

ForenSecure’13: IT Forensics and Security Conference and Expo will be held on April 18th & 19th, 2013 at Illinois Institute of Technology.  This is an industry-focused technical conference (not an academic conference) with multiple tracks. 200+ professionals will discuss and debate forensics, security, cyber-crime and security, cyber security legislation and legal issues, ethical hacking, eDiscovery,[…Read More]

How to Overcome Google’s Failure to Respond to Subpoenas

Despite having an active litigation matter where discovery of Google Drive (formally Google Docs) or Gmail is needed to complete discovery, you may have recently received a notice from Google that says they will not respond to your subpoena unless it is served upon them in their local jurisdiction. This might have you and your[…Read More]

Second Annual ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery & Digital Evidence Conference

The Center for Law, Science & Innovation at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, in collaboration with Michael Arkfeld, Director of the ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery Program, will be holding its second annual eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference.   The theme of this year’s conference will be “The Present and Future of eDiscovery.” Hear from noted presenters[…Read More]