Exterro's E-Discovery & Privacy Breakdown // Tim Rollins

The world of E-Discovery & Privacy is constantly changing – let us break it down for you with a weekly dose of News, Resources, Case Law, and Humor, all written in a concise and easy to understand format.

3 Great Reasons to Try Exterro Review for Free

Created on January 19, 2022


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

With its innovative single-instance storage architecture, built-in process optimization, and industry-leading artificial intelligence, Exterro Review is transforming the document review process. And now, for a limited time, Exterro is giving you an opportunity to see for yourself for free, with six months free including 5 TB of data storage!  Document Review: More Necessary Than Ever As legal governance, risk, and compliance responsibilities increase in importance, privacy regulations, civil litigation, data breach remediation, and internal investigations demand organizations can rapidly: Identify and collect potentially relevant dataReview and analyze documents for responsivenessProduce responsive materials... Read More

3 Privacy Trends from 2021 to Watch in 2022

Created on January 17, 2022


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

Today, legal departments and their leaders have more and wider-reaching concerns than at any time in the past. Not only must they understand their organization’s litigation landscape, but they must also be prepared to deal with security risks and incidents, compliance with multiple layers of privacy regulations, and provide strategic advice to business leadership. Doing so requires staying ahead of trends shaping e-discovery, privacy, and digital forensics, formerly disparate fields that are converging in the discipline of Legal Governance, Risk, and Compliance (Legal GRC). High-level lessons apply to all of these fields... Read More

Exterro: Getting Primed for Growth in 2022 at SKO

Created on January 14, 2022


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

For many of us, 2020 and 2021 have felt like lost years—or at least years in limbo. Not so for Exterro. From the integration of privacy products into Exterro’s comprehensive legal GRC platform to the subsequent acquisition of AccessData and its suite of digital forensics solutions, the past two years have seen Exterro experience unprecedented innovation and growth, both in its technology and its business footprint. But new years are always a time for re-assessment, re-invigoration, and fresh starts. 2022 is no different. This week, Exterro’s team has assembled in Frisco, Texas... Read More

You Can Build Your Career at Exterro

Created on January 14, 2022


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

After finishing his second year of law school and spending a summer redlining contracts and reviewing documents for litigation, Mike Hamilton, J.D., realized that a traditional lawyer’s career wasn’t what he was looking for. He was spending too much time isolated in solitary tasks, and he wasn’t exercising his creativity. But a friend’s sister was working on the lean marketing team of legal technology company, three or four years down the startup path, and they were looking to hire a marketer. It seemed worth a shot. Almost twelve years later, Mike... Read More

5 Steps to Prepare Your Team for In-House Document Review

Created on January 7, 2022


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

It’s no wonder why document review is increasingly moving in-house at both public and private organizations. Not only does it account for approximately 75% of e-discovery costs, but organizations are also finding more and more use cases for document review technology, including: Internal and regulatory investigationsData breach responseData subject access requests (DSARs)Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and public record request (PRR) responses. In fact, in the 2021 Legal Technology Report for In-House Counsel from Exterro and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), over 70% of companies over $1 billion in annual revenue... Read More

Data Privacy Alert: Oklahoma Makes Progress Toward Consumer Data Privacy

Created on January 7, 2022


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

Oklahoma became one of many states to propose consumer data privacy lawssimilar to that of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) and California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The act passed the Oklahoma House, but stalled in committee in the Senate. A new bill has been proposed for consideration in 2022. Overview On February 5, 2021 a bipartisan bill was filed that would require certain companies to obtain prior consent before collecting and selling the data of Oklahoma residents. If passed, the proposed Oklahoma Computer Data Privacy Act (OCDPA) would also give residents a mechanism for requesting that businesses... Read More

Exterro Meme Series: Buff Dog Breach Protection

Created on January 7, 2022


E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

Protecting against data breaches is a no-brainer these days, but you might not realize you can take an extra step in understanding and patching your vulnerabilities with the added power of digital forensics software. If you're not convinced why, check out the case study of a cosmetics company who protects its secrets with Exterro software. And if you'd rather just have a laugh, you can always download our most recent collection of e-discovery, privacy, and digital forensics memes, and feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate... Read More