Search Results for: BYOD

James Sherer Discusses Cross-border Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”) eDiscovery and Data Privacy Issues

Counsel James Sherer, co-leader of BakerHostetler’s Information Governance team, sat down with Kroll Ontrack’s Michele Lange and Eric Robinson for a Legal Talk Network ESI Report on 2015 Trade Shows and Trends in E-Discovery.  Sherer discussed trends associated with cross-border Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”), related data privacy and eDiscovery considerations, and the upcoming amendments … Continue Reading

Bring Your Own Device (Everywhere): Legal and Practical Considerations for International BYOD Programs

The cross-use of mobile devices for personal and professional purposes, commonly referred to as “Bring Your Own Device” or “BYOD”, is a relatively recent phenomenon that has created a host of legal and practical challenges for organizations of all sizes. Implementing a BYOD program is especially complex for companies that have employees who regularly travel … Continue Reading

Key COVID-19 Considerations for U.S. Discovery and Information Governance

Many businesses have remote work and bring-your-own-device policies that cover access to company systems and information from personal devices. These policies may also state expectations or requirements for the management and security of company information. But these policies likely do not account for the rapid transition to virtual offices and remote work hastened by the … Continue Reading

It Lurks in the Last Place You Look – Preventing (or at Least Mitigating) Employee Data Leakage

Outside hacking attacks grab headlines. Data breach concerns cause sleepless nights within the C-suite of many organizations. And ransomware strikes fear into companies without sound backup practices and true Information Governance programs. But a different (and sometimes more sinister) problem often goes undetected within the four walls of those same organizations’ firewalls and barriers to … Continue Reading

Developing or Enhancing “Bring Your Own Device” Programs – Your First Five Questions . . .

This is the second blog post in Discovery Advocate’s new series, “Your First Five Questions,” in which we identify a question commonly (or sometimes not so commonly) seen in practice followed by the first five questions you might ask and why. Have a scenario you’d like us to address? Contact us. Your client, a multinational whose … Continue Reading

From Sedona to Georgetown to New York—What’s Fashionable in eDiscovery This Year?

It’s that time of year, when bench, bar, vendors, and clients think big eDiscovery thoughts. They go to The Sedona Conference (which is not in Sedona), Georgetown Law’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute (which is not at Georgetown Law—but close!), and in a few short months, LegalTech New York (which, bucking the trend, is in New York). … Continue Reading

LexBlog