A monthly round-up of industry news stories, useful publications, and notable cases of which you should be aware from the preceding month
Welcome to “Because You Need to Know,” XDD’s monthly news round-up. In these posts, we gather together interesting articles, noteworthy cases, new publications, and XDD materials from the preceding month. This post gathers items of interest from July 2018.
Industry News Stories
Interesting topics in the news from July include the potential end of the EU-US Privacy Shield, a new procedural rule supporting the use of technology-assisted review, and more new cryptocurrency developments:
- The Potential End of the EU-US Privacy Shield
- A Procedural Rule Supporting the Use of TAR
- More Cryptocurrency Developments
New eDiscovery cases discussed in July include:
New industry publications released in July include:
XDD published four new blog articles, one new practice guide, one new white paper, and one new educational webinar in July:
- Blog Articles
- Collection Fundamentals Series:
- Social Media in eDiscovery:
- Technology-Assisted Review Series (ongoing):
- Practice Guide
- When the Game is Afoot: eDiscovery Investigations – The majority of eDiscovery work takes place in the context of litigation, but a significant amount of it takes place instead in the context of investigations, where time pressure can be greater and bad actors may work against your efforts. In this practice guide, we discuss eDiscovery investigation issues, including: the need for speed and secrecy, the challenges of nuanced analysis and review, the importance of preparing for later litigation, and challenges created by modern technology.
- White Paper
- Gone Viral: Social Media in eDiscovery, Updated July 2018 – Newly updated for 2018, this white paper explores the technical and legal challenges presented by social media in eDiscovery and the ways those challenges can be met, including: what sources there are, what data they actually have, how it can be preserved and collected, how it can be authenticated for admission as evidence, and what other issues it raises.
- Educational Webinar
- Trending: Social Media in eDiscovery – Also newly updated for 2018, this program explores the technical and legal challenges presented by social media and the ways those challenges can be met, including: what sources there are, what data they actually have, how it can be preserved and collected, how it can be authenticated for admission as evidence, and what other issues it raises.
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