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Imagine you’re working on a relatively straightforward litigation matter involving a contract. You’ve agreed that “delivery” is a key search term for discovery. But as you’re reviewing your opponent’s production, you come across a single text message that asks, “Will you accept that delivery?”
Continue Reading Case Law Summary: Context Is Crucial for Interpreting Messages in Ediscovery

Since the legal profession put the “e” in “ediscovery,” we’ve had to grapple with new data types. First, there was email, along with documents, spreadsheets, and databases. We learned how to manage text messages, image and video files, and eventually data from collaboration applications like Slack. Now, there’s another frontier: ediscovery of data from productivity and project management tools
Continue Reading New Frontiers in Ediscovery: Collecting and Reviewing Data From Atlassian Apps

Ediscovery is an unforgiving pursuit. Err on the side of collecting too little data, and you may find that you don’t have the helpful evidence you need (or that your opponent is rightfully demanding). On the other hand, if you err the other way by collecting too much data, you’ll soon realize that you’re paying to process and host volumes
Continue Reading Want to Save Over 50 Percent on Slack Ediscovery? Only Collect Data Once

How do your teams keep in touch and stay on top of projects and shared responsibilities in today’s remote work environment? Chances are they’re using at least a few online collaboration platforms like Confluence, Jira, and Trello. Wherever your teams work, are you prepared to capture those business communications to satisfy your ediscovery obligations?
Continue Reading Webinar Recap: Collecting Legally Defensible Atlassian Content and Saving Time Too

In the last few years, data privacy laws and regulations have been big news. Much of the coverage—including one of our recent blog posts—concerned website compliance. Companies scrambled to post notices and forms on their websites to satisfy the requirements of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). While the details vary
Continue Reading Compliance With Data Privacy Laws: Are You Prepared for Data Requests That Implicate Slack?

If you’re marketing any pharmaceutical or medical device, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has its eye on you. More accurately, the FDA has its eye on your website and social media, checking to see what you’re claiming about the efficacy of your product and evaluating whether your claims are backed up with adequate evidence. Should a regulatory agency challenge
Continue Reading FDA Regulatory Compliance: Can You Prove What Your Website Said?

If your organization uses Slack, you’re already familiar with its benefits: rapid, streamlined internal communications without the hassle of emails. You can set up a meeting with a few quick messages and an internal Zoom integration or share files for collaboration without ever leaving the app. Slack is, as its tagline says, where work happens.
Continue Reading Slack Connect Is Where Business Happens—But How Do You Manage the Risks?

It’s been a little over a half of a century since The Stonewall Riots—a series of demonstrations by members of the gay community in response to a police raid that began on June 28, 1969—at the Stonewall Inn in New York City. The Stonewall Riots became a symbol of resistance to the social and political discrimination of the time and
Continue Reading What Pride Means To Me

As the name suggests, Google Workspace is a workspace for productivity. It is a collaboration platform that unifies chat, email, voice and video calling, and content management, empowering teams to work from anywhere. During the global pandemic, applications that power remote work have certainly gained rapid traction, often without time to map out governance policies and ediscovery playbooks. Spending time
Continue Reading [Infographic] The 6 Most Typical Challenges Enterprise Face When Collecting Data From Google Drive