Shared Links (weekly) Feb. 28, 2021

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After Turbulent Year, Bar Associations Urge Lawyers To Focus on Mental Health

Missteps, Misdeeds, and Misrepresentations: Judge Johnston’s Treatise on e-Discovery Sanctions

Migrating Data Through Workflows is What eDiscovery is All About: eDiscovery Best Practices

During Black History Month, Understand Workplace Concerns of Black Employees

Is it Zoom Fatigue or Just Bad Meetings?

I’m gonna go with bad meetings, or at least too many meetings that could have been quick calls or emails.

Microsoft has a new password security tool you need to check out

Five Great Reads on eDiscovery for February 2021

What I Learned When I Was Burned Out… Read More

Linked: Hidden Dangers of Microsoft 365’s Power Automate and eDiscovery Tools

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Look, we’ve always had this issue in the eDiscovery space, in order to put data on hold, and collect it as part of a lawsuit, someone has to be able to access all of it. That means there has to be an account somewhere with unlimited access to both search, and collect, tons of data from your environment, as necessary.

As important as having the ability to do that when faced with litigation, there is also the danger inherent in having an account, and tools, with that level of access.… Read More

Linked: Three shockingly obvious ways to make flying less miserable

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It’s all those little unknown things that make us anxious when traveling, and the more anxiety that is built into the process, the less we enjoy it, and the more exhausting it is. I think that is an important lesson for airlines, but it’s also an important lesson for many people in a variety of service industries. Needing a lawyer, working with an accountant, etc. have always been things that most of us aren’t used to navigating, so there’s anxiety involved. Now, simple things like getting a haircut have become more complicated, and involve a lot more anxiety. Employees are also navigating things that they are not used to, maybe working from home, or working onsite but having to navigate all of these new safety protocols, and dealing with customers who are also dealing with all of their own anxieties all day. … Read More

The One Where We Talk Politics

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That’s why what happened today, and everything that has been leading up to it saddens me. The Republican Party has eaten itself. The QAnon conspiracy theorists couldn’t have done a better job of blowing up the GOP if they were literally working for the Democrats. (Maybe they were?)… Read More

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