U.S. Privacy Laws & E-Discovery

E-discovery privacy experts explore the challenges of managing e-discovery while accounting for U.S. privacy laws.

In the age of the Internet, social media and other sophisticated forms of technological communication, the lines have been blurred as to what constitutes private information, adding a new challenge in managing electronically stored information (ESI). Typically thought of as an international e-discovery issue, this is one of the critical challenges lawyers face – understanding what can and cannot be produced in U.S. courts.

In this on-demand webcast, e-discovery privacy experts explore the challenges of managing e-discovery while accounting for U.S. privacy laws.

Watch to learn:

  • The specifics and application of the Stored Communications Act, U.S.C. 18 §§ USC 2701-12
  • Recent case law surrounding U.S. data privacy practices during e-discovery
  • Best practices for managing e-discovery requests involving potentially privileged data

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