What a BYOD Disaster Looks Like and How to Prevent It

What a BYOD Disaster Looks Like and How to Prevent It Read the Information Age article describing the risks associated with employees’ use of personal devices without oversight. Referencing a Frost and Sullivan study noting that only four of ten companies have a Bring Your Own Device Policy, the article presents a realistic example of […]

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Progressive Casualty Insurance Company v. Delaney et al, Court Rejects Party’s Unilateral Decision to Employ Predictive Coding After Agreeing to Different ESI Protocol

Progressive Casualty Insurance Company v. Delaney et al, Court Rejects Party’s Unilateral Decision to Employ Predictive Coding After Agreeing to Different ESI Protocol This dispute is one of nine declaratory relief actions filed by Progressive Casualty Insurance Company in federal district courts concerning the takeover of failed banks by the FDIC (as receiver). The parties […]

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New York Supreme Court Rule 9 Providing for Accelerated Adjudication

New York Supreme Court Rule 9 Providing for Accelerated Adjudication The Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Court’s new Rule 9 took effect on June 2nd, allowing for accelerated adjudication for any commercial dispute exceeding $500,000 (excluding class actions). Parties can express their consent to this process by including language in their contracts or […]

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Qualified Data Forensics Team Must Be Used Early in Investigations

Qualified Data Forensics Team Must Be Used Early in Investigations Inside Counsel’s recent article, Digital Forensics in the Mobile, BYOD, and Cloud Era provides an overview regarding the criticality of using qualified data forensics teams early during investigations to protect an organizations’ interests… http://www.insidecounsel.com/2014/07/23/digital-forensics-in-the-mobile-byod-and-cloud-era?t=e-discovery

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