I recently held a roundtable conversation with my team at RVM to see what was on their minds. During the discussion one of them asked a question that I’d hadn’t really thought about before. When did eDiscovery cease to be “new and shiny,” and start to become an established field?
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Keeping backup tapes can also pose a legal liability, as the data stored there can still be brought up in discovery even if it’s been maintained longer than legally required. Conversely, destroying or disposing of that data prematurely could pose a significant liability in the event of a litigation or investigation.
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Recently, Tesla CEO Elon Musk was forced to admit that his company was the victim of sabotage by one of its own employees. That employee, frustrated over recently being passed up for promotion, applied damaging code to the company’s manufacturing [...]Read More »
by Jonathan Alef With the economy heating up leading to cash-heavy corporate balance sheets, navigating the corporate environment has become akin to sailing through pirate-infested waters, as companies ride the tide, snapping up smaller entities through mergers and acquisitions. The [...]Read More »
On May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in the EU, and the world has scrambled to demonstrate its compliance. With so much on the line, many companies have been turning to vendors experienced in multinational cross-border [...]Read More »
by A.J. Strollo “Having lawyers or judges guess as to the effectiveness of certain search terms is ‘truly to go where angels fear to tread.’” Magistrate Judge Facciola, United States v. O’Keefe, 537 F. Supp. 2d 14, 24 (D.D.C. 2008) [...]Read More »
A Q&A with RVM CTO Geoffrey Sherman In our day-to-day lives, technology goes in and out of style every few years, from a PC operating system to the latest media platform. Fortunately, in most of these cases, upgrading to the [...]Read More »
By Sean King, Chief Operations Officer I admit it. I do my own taxes. I like the control I have in organizing my finances and filling out a ridiculously complex set of forms and fields. Honestly, I do my own taxes [...]Read More »
In late-2017, RVM wrote about metadata that is collected by the devices that surround us every day such as cell phones, smart watches, and even smart shoes. We noted that that data could potentially be used as evidence. What a [...]Read More »
by Danielle McGregor On March 1, Equifax announced that its 2017 data breach affecting over 140 million Americans had actually affected over 2 million MORE than previously reported. The initial breach took place on July 29, 2017, but wasn’t [...]Read More »