Every Employer Faces BYOD Risks, Even Those Who Don’t Allow It

Every Employer Faces BYOD Risks, Even Those Who Don’t Allow It In this JD Supra article, Tiffany Robertson of WeComply addresses the growing acceptance of BYOD in the workplace and the associated practice of accessing business data on personal mobile devices. The author notes that while “95% of respondents” to a recent survey indicated they […]

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Novick v. AXA Network, LLC, Adverse Inference Sanction Granted For Spoliation of Audio Recordings

Novick v. AXA Network, LLC, Adverse Inference Sanction Granted For Spoliation of Audio Recordings In in this case, the Plaintiff, a former AXA Network LLC broker suing the insurer and its brokerage affiliate for breach of contract and other claims, filed a motion for spoliation sanctions seeking the striking of Defendants’ answer and counterclaims, adverse […]

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E-Discovery: Don’t Be Afraid to Be Smart—Select While You Collect

E-Discovery: Don’t Be Afraid to Be Smart—Select While You Collect In this Law Technology news article, attorney Joel Henry (IT / legal advisor, and professor of Computer Science and Law, University of Montana) suggests that the ESI data selection process can be made more cost efficient and yield better results through the use of a […]

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2014 Information Governance Year in Review

2014 Information Governance Year in Review In this article appearing in JDSupra by attorneys Benjamin Barnes, Judy Selby and James Sherer of Baker Hostetler, the authors review the evolution of Information Governance in 2014. They note the increasing importance of a well-run information governance program despite the debate as to exactly what actually constitutes IG. […]

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