The Next 30 Days: A 6 Point Plan for GDPR Compliance

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), arguably the most comprehensive and ground-breaking privacy legislation to be implemented since the dawn of digital commerce, goes into effect in just 30 days. And your organization is not ready. But you’re not alone. By the latest estimates, upwards of 60% of organizations subject to the GDPR will … Continue reading The Next 30 Days: A 6 Point Plan for GDPR Compliance

The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Continued Advantages of Old School Managed Document Review

With the increasing sophistication of information governance solutions, finely tuned algorithms for data management, and widespread judicial acceptance of technology assisted review (TAR), eDiscovery and document review methodologies are evolving at a frenetic pace. However, while concentrating on technology solutions and innovative approaches for reigning in the explosion of ESI will be essential for nearly … Continue reading The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Continued Advantages of Old School Managed Document Review

The Versatility of Managed Review

In conversations with prospects and clients this week, managed review was the hot topic of the day.  Interestingly, however, the nature of those conversations was about the versatility that lawyers, information technology professionals, and compliance officers see in managed review. For many people, managed review is about the linear review of documents to determine the responsiveness or … Continue reading The Versatility of Managed Review

Bridging the Divide between Attorneys and IT Teams: One Privilege Tag at a Time

Imagine a world where attorneys and their colleagues in IT sit down together and come up with ingenious ways to innovate the eDiscovery process, maximizing efficiencies and cost savings for  their company. Seems logical, right? So why doesn’t it happen more often? The reasons are many, but one of the key explanations is that there’s … Continue reading Bridging the Divide between Attorneys and IT Teams: One Privilege Tag at a Time

Integrating the Outsourced-DPO and Office 365 for GDPR Compliance: Why GDPR does NOT have to be the New 4-Letter Word

With just over 6 months remaining before the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect, it seems that many organizations are still disastrously behind the curve in their compliance efforts. A study by the technology advisory firm Gartner in mid-2017 predicted that more than 50% of companies affected by the GDPR will not … Continue reading Integrating the Outsourced-DPO and Office 365 for GDPR Compliance: Why GDPR does NOT have to be the New 4-Letter Word

Relativity Fest 2017 was as rich in knowledge as it was the Fest

It’s been an entire sun and moon cycle since I somehow safely returned home from the Hilton Riverside Hotel in Chicago after last week’s Relativity Fest.   I’m not sure which part of me hurts more, my mind from the conversations and speakers who presented or my body from the entertainment and festivities that our friends … Continue reading Relativity Fest 2017 was as rich in knowledge as it was the Fest

Some Things Don’t Change: Office 365 As a Solid Foundation for GDPR Compliance

The GDPR gives European individuals ownership of their personal data,  which includes data in their work emails or on internet sites,  and the GDPR carries significant reporting requirements which must detail where and how personal data is being used, processed and stored.

Processing Players’ Data Fairly and Legally – Sports Analytics and Big Data Under the GDPR

From analytics to big data to wearable tech, technology’s impact on the world of sport has grown exponentially. The legal implications for sport clubs, organisations, and the athletes themselves have never been more significant, nor as difficult to parse and navigate.