In a bid to assert control over cyberspace, China passed a sweeping cybersecurity law that affects virtually every company doing business in that country. The law is set to go into effect June 1, 2017. Despite its broad reach and potential for disruption, it appears that very few legal professionals are aware of the law. A 2017 survey by Consilio showed that just a quarter of legal tech professionals are aware of the law. Just 2% are “very aware” and a scant minority (14%) are “very concerned.”
eDiscovery Costs & Budgeting - Creating Order out of Chaos In this whitepaper Senior Director, Matthew Davis discusses eDiscovery cost challenges and how to control costs early on in the process. This piece originally appeared
Four Technologies Help Limit and Manage PII in Cross-Border eDiscovery With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) yet to go into effect and evolving data privacy laws, organizations face a huge challenge when it comes
Are You Ready for the New China Cybersecurity Law? Managing Director, Dan Whitaker discusses China's comprehensive Cybersecurity Law and the implications it will have on businesses when it goes into effect in June 2017. This
The Low Down on eDiscovery in Germany: Where the Growth's at and the Cases in Question Managing Director, Michael Becker chats about e-Discovery’s German growth, key differences in European discovery and more. This article originally
Insourcing, International Due Diligence and Data-Culling This interview with Consilio's Chris Adams originally appeared in the February/March 2017 issue of Today's General Counsel. Read the full article.
Eye on Discovery – Global Businesses and Internal Investigations: The Challenges of Multilingual Keyword Searches
Eye on Discovery - Global Businesses and Internal Investigations: The Challenges of Multilingual Keyword Searches Global businesses speak many languages. Conducting business in multiple languages creates business opportunities and business risks as some of the