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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Where the Money Goes: Rand Institute’s Report Highlights Companies’ e-Discovery Spend

Posted in E-Discovery

What are the costs associated with different phases of e-discovery production? How are these costs distributed across internal and external sources of labour, resources, and services? And how can these costs be reduced without compromising quality? The Rand Institute for Civil Justice’s April monograph, “Where the Money Goes: Understanding Litigant Expenditures for Producing Electronic Discovery”… → Read More

Preparing for and Responding to Security Breaches

Posted in Privacy

In the wake of security breaches reported at LinkedIn and eHarmony, now may be a good time for businesses to re-acquaint themselves with the applicable statutory framework for the protection of personal information in Canada as well as implement or update policies and procedures around breach detection and notification. Reports of Recent Security Breaches On… → Read More