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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