• A Divorce Lawyer’s $80M Malpractice Suit

    The former clients of divorce lawyer Mark Luttier include Bill Koch, rock and roll hall-of-famer Clarence Clemons, and more recently Florida oil executive Todd Kozel, founder and former CEO of Gulf Keystone Petroleum. Kozel, who established his...

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  • Best Practices When The Corporate Client Is Deposed

    Depositions of company employees are an increasingly important component of corporate litigation, and in major cases they can go on for hours, and even days. E-discovery, with its ability to access and categorize minutiae, has increased both...

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  • A Guide To CA’s New Cybersecurity Laws

    California, has passed a number of internet and cybersecurity laws. This post from cybersecurity company SiteLock looks at the new net neutrality law, the privacy law, and the Internet of Things law, which was passed in August...

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  • Litigation Holds And The GDPR

    The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) makes compliance with litigation holds more complicated. United States courts expect corporate litigants to properly preserve records and have issued severe sanctions in cases where they are not preserved. In...

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  • Cybersecurity Primer From The Horse’s Mouth

    A global risk management company interviews its own chief information security officer for an inside take on the essentials of enterprise cybersecurity. Among the topics discussed are the ins-and-outs of hiring black-hat hackers, how the CISO’s understanding...

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  • Don’t Be Blind-Sided By New Export Controls

    Cutting edge technologies tend to outrun government controls. This means that in recent years many commercial technical innovations, as long as they were not designed for military application and did not involve encryption technology, could be exported...

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  • Junk Legal Verbiage Banned In AZ

    The Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure now include a blanket prohibition on some popular legal terms in any answers filed in state court. Included in the prohibition is the phrase “the document speaks for itself” (which was...

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  • Employees’s Unintended Cyber-Breach Is An Underrated Threat

    The threat of the rogue employee or the vengeful former-employee is a frequent subject of cybersecurity alerts, and it’s a real issue. But companies are more likely to confront another kind of insider threat: the clueless or...

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  • What You Need to Get Ahead Using E-Discovery Analytics

    How the next generation of e-discovery platforms is using analytics to drive efficiency, cost-savings and quality of results, and promising. to move e-discovery from the exclusive....

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  • Everything You Own In A Box To The Left

    In the standard Electronic Discovery Reference Model flow chart, the box farthest to the left refers to information governance - the process of getting your house in order...

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