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The Pandemic Strikes Again: Energy Sector Bankruptcies Rise

While the airline industry has benefited from a special federal stimulus loan package tied to the impact of COVID-19, the energy industry has not been as fortunate to date. Many energy companies were distressed before the pandemic hit the US in early 2020.

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What Does the Internet Know About You?

You might be surprised to find out just how much of your data is bought and sold on the Internet.  We do so much online, but rarely think about how much of that information companies store, save, reuse, and sell.

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Lawson v. Spirit AeroSystems Makes Significant eDiscovery Ruling on Cost-Shifting and Proportionality

The world revolves around data. Businesses and individuals generate data each day between work and personal communication. While electronic platforms provide convenience, efficiency, and flexibility in document review for litigation, they can also spark eDiscovery disputes. To ensure all relevant data is collected and reviewed during a lawsuit, the parties must determine how custodians communicated and what data was created. The collection process can be overwhelming, costly, and lead to burdensome discovery requests.

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Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

Cloud technology is not a new to the legal industry. Moving a company’s data to the cloud has become increasingly appealing over recent years because it allows organizations to reduce retention of hard copies of documents, which frees up office space and reduces document storage costs. Keeping data in the cloud also reduces duplicate information and provides employees with 24/7 remote access.

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