E-Discovery Rules Applied to Social Media: What This Means in Practical Terms for Businesses (2011) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
The percentage of companies using social media such as Twitter and Facebook continues to grow at a rapid rate; 65% of Fortune 500 companies had active Twitter accounts in 2010. This online presence comes with legal obligations to capture and save these communications.
Author: Michelle Sherman, The National Law Review, January 21, 2011
Making compliance real for those in the trenches (2010) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
Introduction: Until fairly recently, information security people were buried away in server rooms configuring firewalls and patching servers. With the sudden surge of compliance and regulatory requirements being placed onto a business, IT security people are now required to understand and help implement compliance solutions.
New Legal Discovery Mandates Transcends Traditional Search Capabilities (2008) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
How to educate your workforce on the new federal rules regulating electronic discovery resource White Papers OCEG Reviewed
Legally, what constitutes an 'original' e-mail? (2007) resource Articles Member contributionOCEG Reviewed
Large companies regularly receive requests to hold data as part of a legal e-discovery. It's when the e-discovery includes a request for an "electronic original" that a company may find itself unsure how to comply.
ComputerWorld (August 16, 2007)
E-Discovery Archives, Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (2004 - 2008) resource Books / Publications Member contributionOCEG Reviewed
The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology is an online law review, first published on April 10, 1995, the Journal focuses on the impact that computer-related and other emerging technologies have on the law.