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LegalTech 2018: What's the Buzz?
What are the buzzwords at LegalTech ? In years past, a preoccupation with machine learning algorithms applied to text put “TAR” on the marquee at Legaltech for Technology-Assisted Review. Later, “Cybersecurity” took its place. They are both still on the agenda, and there are more. Here’s a little rundown:...
How eDiscovery Teams can Help You with Cross-Border Investigations
Conducting investigations can be tricky for multinational corporations. If any of your operations are international, your plan needs to be compliant with local laws and regulations. This can quickly become complicated with discreet investigations – for example alleged conflict of interest amongst senior level executives. If the executives are in an of...
5 Expert Predictions for the eDiscovery Industry in 2018
Recently D4 sat down with some of our internal experts and asked them to share their predictions for the eDiscovery industry in 2018. From advanced analytics to preparing for the upcoming GPDR changes, each expert had a unique viewpoint on where eDiscovery is headed in the upcoming year. ...
Get Your Passport to GDPR Success - LegalTech New York 2018
January 29 - February 1, 2018 D4 and Special Counsel will be attending Legaltech ! As global international commerce becomes even more common and countries become more active and influential in the marketplace, the already outdated laws governing cross-border discovery are changing to keep pace. Spend some time with us and we'll...
Is Your Organization Vulnerable to a Cyber Attack? 3 Steps to Put Your Mind at Ease
This blog was originally published by our partners at Relativity. When PwC’s Doug Bloom and Anthony Moeller convened at Relativity Fest in October for their session e-Discovery in Cyber Investigations , they didn’t mince words. Cybercrime might be old news, but preventing it from happ...
How the EU and China Plan to Deal with Multinational Data
Today, an employee from a London company can wirelessly send emails to customers in New York and China from a Parisian café using cloud servers located in Paris, Shanghai, New York City and London. The low cost of data storage coupled with high speed global communications increases t...
How to Navigate International Data Privacy Laws for eDiscovery
Overcoming the cross-cultural differences at play is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to cross-border discovery . The Hague Evidence Convention, national blocking statutes—and most significantly—foreign data privacy protection laws are an example of “hard” legal obstacles to cross-border discovery. China’s Cyber Securi...
Cross-Border eDiscovery: An Introduction to Cultural and Legal Obstacles
ESI stored outside a company’s home country presents a number of obstacles, in addition to the “normal” challenges regarding the collection, processing and production of eDiscovery. International treaties and agreements concerning cross-border discovery were made before social networking platforms, cloud computing and ultra-fast global network connections - and are now ou...
Webinar Q&A Featuring Panelists from Special Counsel and Brainspace
During the webinar, How to Use Managed and Prioritized Workflows to Reduce the Cost of Review , the audience asked a lot of great questions. Panelists Charles Roberts (D4), Dave Lewis (Brainspace), Kalyn Johnson (Special Counsel) and moderator Chuck Kellner (D4) managed to weave in quite a...
Help Your Employees Find the Information They Need with Machine Learning
This blog was originally published by our partners at Brainspace. According to a report by IDC/EMC , the total amount of digital data in the world is forecasted to reach 44ZB by 2020. 90% of this digital data is unstructured, much of it generated from external sources such as websites,...
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