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Top Five Mistakes Made When Collecting Data From Nontraditional Sources

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Collecting electronically stored information is a common practice for eDiscovery practitioners in today’s digital world. One of the things that makes this task more difficult over time is...

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Class Action Email Notifications: Separating The Settlements From The Spam

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A huge issue that class action litigators face is how to improve consumer notification and increase participation in class action proceedings. Many people simply ignore class action...

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California’s Proposed Ethics Rules Are Setting The Stage For Legal Technology

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The task force noted that “…trained non-lawyers, or certain forms of technology, may be able to provide accurate legal advice in faster, cheaper, and more innovative ways than lawyers can...

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New Supreme Court Decision Offers Guidance on Mass Tort Preemption Defense

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After years of limited guidance, the Supreme Court has finally provided direction to lower courts on the issue of preemption when they delivered their opinion in Merck v. Albrecht...

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Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Opioid Litigation

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For years, the number of people becoming addicted to opioid-based pharmaceuticals has rapidly increased. People who are chronic users of opioid drugs can experience severe side effects...

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Don’t Fight Alone: Use Your eDiscovery Provider to Persuade the Court to Approve TAR

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Technology-assisted review (TAR) has become a ubiquitous tool in the arsenal of discovery counsel. Recent scholarly research has established that TAR processes are less costly than...

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Playing "The Blame Game": Data Breach Liability in Organizations

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Data security is a hot global topic right now. New laws that closely regulate data security practices seem to be popping up everywhere in order to account for all of the data people...

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U.K. Pilot Program Demands Technology-Assisted Review (TAR), or Does it?

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On January 1, the U.K. launched a disclosure pilot program. The program elevates technology-assisted review — often referred to as predictive coding — to a prominent role in English and...

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UK is Serious about GDPR Violations - Proposes $124 Million Fine Against Marriott

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Everyone knows about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR is the EU’s new privacy regime in the region. Over a year has passed since its implementation and...

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What Makes Healthcare Lien Resolution So Complicated And What Does It Take To Resolve A Healthcare Lien?

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If you’ve personally resolved healthcare liens for a client, you know that the process can be a bit of a maize. First, you must figure out what federal, state, and/or private/ERISA...

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An Unlikely Pair: Lawyers and AI

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Even lawyers that are not currently using artificial intelligence (AI) in their document review practice undoubtedly know what it is and are familiar with the benefits that technology...

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More Changes Pending For California’s Data Protection Laws

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On February 21, 2019, California Assembly Bill 1130 came before the legislature. The bill would amend the state’s data breach notification law, which requires organizations to alert...

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