Privacy and Data Protection

Category: The Sedona Conference

U.S. Ediscovery and Cross-Border Ediscovery 101 for Civil Law Practitioners

In a speech given at the 3rd Annual European Data Protection and Privacy Conference, in Brussels on 12/4/12, Viviane Reding addressed the reasons for the global interest in the European Commission’s proposed reforms to the EU Data Protection Regime: “Why is there so much interest in our data protection reform? …, because data protection is a global […]

U.S. Cross Border Ediscovery vs. EU Data Protection: Clash of the Titans

I recently gave a CLE presentation at the LegalTech West Coast Conference in Los Angeles on the legal problems and tensions of conducting U.S. civil litigation ediscovery in the European Economic Area (EEA), which consists of the 27 EU member states plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The subtitle “Clash of the Titans” derives from the […]