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Modern Attachments: Pointers Are Not the Problem When It Comes to Preservation

Legaltech News, September 2022 | Ben Barnes | Monica McCarroll | Staci D. Kaliner

Learning from Trump and Bannon Discovery Strategies

Law360, September 2022 | Mathea K.E. Bulander | Monica McCarroll

Failure to Employ Sufficient Skills and Technology in Search and Production of Slack Messages Results in Case Terminating Sanctions

Redgrave Client Alert, September 2022 | Ben Barnes | Britney A. Lewis | Eliza T. Davis

Cooperation in the Discovery Process After the Sedona Conference Proclamation

Bloomberg Law, September 2022 | Charles R. Ragan | France M. Jaffe

Nobody's Perfect, But Quality Assurance Helps Make eDiscovery Defensible

Westlaw Today, September 2022 | Amanda E. Mitchell | Gareth T. Evans | Leslie A. Melo

Techno Wars and Inadvertent Productions: An Ethics Guide to the Alex Jones Phone Debacle

Westlaw Today, September 2022 | Aviva S. Surugeon | Eliza T. Davis

The Devil is in the Details: Key Differences in U.S. Data Privacy Laws

Redgrave Client Alert, August 2022 | Aviva S. Surugeon | M. Lynne Hewitt

Let’s Start by Calling Them What They Are For Discovery: “Pointers” not “Modern Attachments”

LegalTech News, August 2022 | Ben Barnes | Monica McCarroll | Staci D. Kaliner

Supreme Court Nixes Use Of 28 U.S.C. § 1782 As A Discovery Vehicle In Private International Commercial Arbitrations

Redgrave Client Alert, August 2022 | Ana M. Cabassa-Torres | Matt L. Rotert

Preserving and Collecting Mobile Device Data

Westlaw Today, July 2022 | Gareth T. Evans | Nick B. Snavely

Judge Upgrades Data Breach Claims Against Marriott Based on Overpayment Theory

The Legal Intelligencer, July 2022 | Nick B. Snavely

Regulators Mean Business for Mobile Devices and Chat Applications: Good Information Governance is Not a Luxury

Redgrave Client Alert, July 2022 | Britney A. Lewis | Eliza T. Davis | Jordan C. Blumenthal

Supreme Court Has Opportunity To Resolve Circuit Split And Provide Better Guidance Regarding The Attorney-Client Privilege

Redgrave Client Alert, June 2022 | Gareth T. Evans | Nick B. Snavely | Ted S. Hiser

Will the New Metaverse Standards Forum Harmonize the Metaverse?

Redgrave Client Alert, June 2022 | Mathea K.E. Bulander | Staci D. Kaliner

Illinois BIPA Ruling on Photographic Information: What You Need to Know

Redgrave Client Alert, May 2022 | Aviva S. Surugeon

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation CBPR Goes Global: What You Need to Know

Redgrave Client Alert, May 2022 | William J. Minshall Jr.

Connecticut Becomes the Fifth State to Enact a Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Law

Redgrave Client Alert, May 2022 | Aviva S. Surugeon | Eliza T. Davis

Legal Hold Basics: Identifying Relevant Information

Redgrave White Papers, May 2022 | Ana M. Cabassa-Torres

Utah Becomes The Fourth State To Enact Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Legislation

Redgrave Client Alert, April 2022 | Aviva S. Surugeon | Eliza T. Davis

What You Need to Know About Utah’s Privacy Bill

Redgrave Client Alert, March 2022 | Aviva S. Surugeon | Eliza T. Davis

Now Playing: The Palmistry of Biometric Data Privacy Law

Redgrave Client Alert, March 2022 | M. Lynne Hewitt | Martin T. Tully

A Reminder On Retaining Records Of Staff's Communications

Law360, March 2022 | Jordan C. Blumenthal

FTC Rolls Out Changes to Merger and Acquisition Second Request

Redgrave Client Alert, November 2021 | David C. Shonka | William J. Minshall Jr.

2020 Amendment to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) Echoes the Aspirations of the 2015 Amendments

Redgrave Client Alert, January 2021 | Mathea K.E. Bulander | Monica McCarroll

Avoiding 6 Common E-Discovery Production Pitfalls

Law360, November 2020 | Sarah E. Mahoney

Driving The Future of Digitized Law Through eDiscovery and Information Governance

California Business Journal, September 2020 | Jonathan M. Redgrave

The Keys To A Better Privilege Logging Paradigm

Law360, September 2020 | Charles R. Ragan | Ted S. Hiser

Cybersecurity and Due Diligence: Avoiding Liability for Someone Else’s Mistakes

The Legal Intelligencer, July 2020 | David C. Shonka | Matt L. Rotert

Returning to a New ‘Business as Usual’: What it Means for Your IG and E-Discovery Obligations

Legaltech News, June 2020 | Diana M. Fasching | Leslie A. Melo

Making Remote Work, Work

Legal Management - The Magazine of ALA, June 2020 | Victoria A. Redgrave

Restructuring Planning: Information Governance - Top Ten List

Redgrave Client Alert, May 2020 | Charles R. Ragan | Christopher Q. King

6th Circuit Opioid Opinion On Federal Rules Helps Companies In MDLs

Law360, May 2020 | Gareth T. Evans | Nick B. Snavely

Privacy Issues in Restructuring

Redgrave Client Alert, May 2020 | David C. Shonka | Matt L. Rotert

The Ballad of the Sad Non-Party: Practical Guidance for True Non-Parties Handling Documents Subpoenas

Redgrave Client Alert, May 2020 | Charles R. Ragan | Nick B. Snavely

Privilege Issues in Restructuring

Redgrave Client Alert, April 2020 | Nick B. Snavely


Redgrave Client Alert, March 2020 | Diana M. Fasching

Emoji: Their Role in Discovery and Trial

The Federal Lawyer, December 2019 | France M. Jaffe | Sarah E. Mahoney

A Line in the Clouds: Whose Cybersecurity Goes Where?

New York Law Journal, June 2019 | 

Admissibility of Electronic Evidence Chart

Admissibility of Electronic Evidence Chart, April 2018 | 

Technology in the Practice of Law

The Bencher, April 2018 |