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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

Social Media Privacy Settings May Not Protect Your Information From Discovery

Users of social media are likely familiar with privacy settings, and understand that setting their profiles to “private” ensures that people who are not friends, connections or followers cannot view their information and postings. However, it is equally likely that most social media users have not considered whether those privacy settings protect their information from … Continue Reading

Keep Your Social Media Discovery Targeted!

Co-authored by: Alberto Rodriguez We previously posted about the threshold issue of relevance in social media discovery in the context of EEOC v. Simply Storage, in which the Southern District of Indiana limited broad requests for social media to those relevant to the claimant’s mental and emotional health – specifically, those communications, photographs, and videos … Continue Reading