June 2022

On June 3, 2022, Martin Tully will co-present “Rule 45 Subpoenas to Non-Parties: You Can’t Always Get What You Want. (But If You Try, Sometimes, You Just Might Find, That You Get What You Need.)” at the National eDiscovery Leadership Institute.  Martin will discuss issues surrounding non-party subpoenas seeking ESI evidence, including protections offered to non-parties and the requesting party’s...

May 2022

On May 25, 2022, Martin Tully will participate in the panel discussion, “Avoid Getting Soaked by eDiscovery Costs: A Study of Raine Group v. Reign Capital,” in partnership with John Patzakis, Chief Legal Officer for X1, and Mandi Ross, CEO of Insight Optix.  Using Raine Group v. Reign Capital as a case study, the panel will discuss discovery scoping, collection, and proportionality issues and...
On May 24, 2022, Martin Tully will participate in the panel, “Reasonable Cybersecurity Standards: What Might These Be and How to Implement Them,” at the Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Retreat sponsored by Sub-Four Capital.  The panel will discuss the status of federal and state cybersecurity regulations and consider the “reasonableness” of the various compliance standards...
On May 18, 2022, Martin Tully will participate in the panel discussion, “You’ve Got to Move It: Data Protection and Privacy with Cross-border Transfers,” at The Master’s Conference Chicago.  Other panelists are Debbie Reynolds (Independent Global Data Privacy & Protection Expert Strategist), Chris Wall (HaystackID), David Wallack (Motive), and Patrick Zeller (Abbott). Additional event...
On May 18, 2022, Chris King will participate in the panel discussion, “Ethics of Virtual or Hybrid Practice,” at the Sedona Conference Institute program, “Pre-Trial Practice in a Post-Pandemic World.”  The panel will discuss the professional responsibility questions posed by a virtual or hybrid practice, including jurisdiction, data security, continuing education, and professional courtesy...
Tim Hood and Martin Tully will speak at the MER Conference 2022, taking place May 10-12, 2022, in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Tim’s session, “IG Does Not Stand for ‘In Google’: Understanding and Navigating Records Management and eDiscovery in the G-space,” addresses the core differences between RIM and eDiscovery practices rooted in the Microsoft world and those of the cloud-based Google Workspace,...
On May 12, 2022, Martin Tully will moderate the panel discussion, “Attack of the Collaboration Apps,” at the ABA’s 16th Annual National Institute on E-Discovery.  The panel will discuss how organizations can adapt existing eDiscovery processes to address the challenges associated with the ever-expanding world of collaboration apps, including strategies for addressing proportionality assessments...

April 2022

On May 4, 2022, Staci Kaliner will participate in the panel discussion, “O365 and eDiscovery,” at the Women in eDiscovery 2022 Conference in San Diego, CA. Staci’s session will discuss the features and functionality of Microsoft Office 365’s Compliance Center, legal and compliance challenges during adoption, and practical considerations for eDiscovery and Compliance Teams.  Other panelists are...
On April 26, 2022, David Shonka will participate in the panel, “Coordination of Multiple Litigation and Regulatory Fronts Arising out of Major Privacy and Cybersecurity Events,” at The Sedona Conference Working Group 11 Annual Meeting.  The panel will discuss whether coordination among adversaries is a benefit or a detriment to companies facing multiple adversarial groups as the result of a major...
Martin Tully talks with Authority Magazine about common mistakes companies make regarding data privacy and cybersecurity and recommends five steps business leaders can take to mitigate their organizations’ cybersecurity risks. … "Avoid the common data security and cybersecurity mistakes listed above. Shockingly, I have encountered mature and otherwise successful organizations that failed to...

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