On the Case? eDiscovery Case Law Update for the First Half of 2020

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Doug Austin, Ashish Prasad, and Vazantha Meyers

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Needless to say, 2020 has been a very unusual year. But, despite court closings, there are still several notable and important case law decisions related to eDiscovery best practices and data privacy concerns. What do you need to know about the cases to prepare for the second half of 2020? In this presentation led by eDiscovery Today’s Doug Austin, industry eDiscovery authorities will cover key case law developments during the first half of 2020 to identify important rulings that may impact how you conduct discovery going forward. Webcast Highlights + Can simply viewing the lock screen on a criminal defendant’s mobile device violate the Fourth Amendment? + How can GDPR affect the ability to put pictures of loved ones on social media? + How should the use of ephemeral messaging apps be managed during litigation? + Does the Government have 37 years to crack an iPhone to obtain evidence from it? + Can a party be forced to use Technology-Assisted Review? + What should requesting parties consider when requesting native form of production? + Does GDPR protect a European citizen from having to respond to discovery requests in the US? + Can a court still issue significant sanctions for spoliation of ESI without intent to deprive? Presenting Experts + Doug Austin - Editor of eDiscovery Today: Doug is an established eDiscovery thought leader with over 30 years of experience providing eDiscovery best practices, legal technology consulting, and technical project management services to numerous commercial and government clients. + Ashish Prasad - Vice President and General Counsel for HaystackID + Vazantha Meyers, Esq. - Vice President of Discovery Services for HaystackID
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