Colorado is the latest state to revisit, and expand upon, its laws pertaining to the use and protection of student data. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper recently signed into law House Bill 16-1423 (the “Bill”) designed to increase the transparency and security of personal information about students enrolled in Colorado’s public education system (K-12).
In Thurmond v. Bowman, 2016 WL 1295957 (W.D.N.Y. Mar. 31, 2016), a Fair Housing Act case, defendants moved for sanctions against the plaintiff alleging plaintiff deleted Facebook posts relevant to this lawsuit.
Cybersecurity Strategies for CISOs Includes Clear Communications in Plain English, Not Technical Jargon!
Forrester’s Report includes this observation for CISOs [Chief Information Security Officers] that creating “and maintaining a security strategy is fundamental for CISO success” but “…business colleagues need to be able to understand your strategy.
It can be an enormous challenge for companies to institute a litigation hold and preserve or collect Electronically Stored Information in response to a discovery request in a legal matter.
A common question that often arises is whether to physically collect/copy a person’s e-mail account once that person is placed on a litigation hold.
The lament that law schools do not adequately prepare new lawyers for the actual practice of law is not a new one.
Social media has created several complications with regard to the U.S. discovery process in litigation.
In most practices areas, facts are king.
The importance of flagging e-discovery issues before and at the outset of litigation has been the subject of much commentary.