Short version- client gives lawyer photos of incident. Lawyer doesn’t pay attention to the metadata, produces them, signs off on the production. After some conflicting testimony during deposition, opposing party requests the native files and they all discover the photos were actually taken 2 years after the fact. This is a sad tale, but one…
A Great Set of Videos for Teaching Networking and Computer Hardware Concepts The Rise of the Video Surveillance Industrial Complex. The Tech Factor: Special eDiscovery Considerations for the Tech Sector E-Discovery Lessons From the Presidential Impeachment Proceedings Privacy & Cybersecurity Issues to Watch in 2020 How to Engage the Remote Workforce Centre for Addiction and…
You may want to bookmark this one from Craig Ball. “This article looks at simple, low-cost approaches to getting relevant and responsive mobile data into a standard e-discovery review workflow, and offers a Mobile Evidence Scorecard designed to start a dialogue leading to a consensus about what forms of mobile content should be routinely collected…
Had an interesting thought the other day when talking to an attorney about e-discovery. We were talking about a situation that I’ve seen in the tech world all too often, where you have backup tapes, or other program data sitting around, with no way to actually read the data. Either the tapes are for a…
I’m glad to see companies seeing this as an issue for themselves, and not just an “outside of work” thing. On the other hand, when we talk about it in these terms, I think I can see part of the reason that there is still so much stigma attached to the idea of getting help for mental health issues.
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