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How does your organization protect its personal identifiable information (PII)?

Annelore van der Lint | June 3, 2015

Every year, we file our personal income taxes with the IRS. These filings contain our personal information such as social security number, address, birthdate, and annual income; all personal information that could be used to steal our identities. And that is exactly what happened a week ago, when…

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Prejudice, proportionality and precision: the 2015 FRCP amendments

Annelore van der Lint | May 6, 2015

Some believe that the 2015 FRCP amendments, effective December 2015 if Congress does not intervene, will not change eDiscovery practice. I am not one of them. The 2015 amendments were designed primarily to reduce costs for producing parties: the cost of losing a case due to terminating sanctions,…

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Three ways to reduce your eDiscovery costs

Annelore van der Lint | April 8, 2015

Corporations are inundated with data. Whether it be customer data, employee data or transactional data, there is a lot of it. However, when it comes to discovery, processing and reviewing large amounts of data is time consuming and costly. Delays in production could result in severe fines. While…

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Privacy is the 'why', technology is the 'how'

Annelore van der Lint | March 30, 2015

Last week, at the Georgetown Law Continuing Legal Education event in Washington DC, I attended an interesting session on security, “Preparing for and Responding to Data Security Incident”. The session was   moderated by Heidi Wachs, Special Counsel at Jenner & Block. Panelist Allen G. Brandt, Anne…

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'Right in time' partnering is not effective or strategic

Annelore van der Lint | March 3, 2015

In order to remain competitive in a global and emerging markets, it is common for enterprises to create value through partnerships. Partnerships can help companies expand into other business areas, increase their product and services offerings, and drive continuous improvements. And meaningful…

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Top 7 privacy concerns

Annelore van der Lint | February 18, 2015

The recent Anthem data breach has brought security and privacy to the forefront for most organizations. While at Legal Tech New York, I moderated a panel on privacy with panelists discussing some of the top privacy concerns for this year. 

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ROI in eDiscovery... beyond a cost center

Annelore van der Lint | January 20, 2015

While many organizations understand and accept the fact that eDiscovery is a cost center and does not generate any revenue for the company, there are ways to quantify savings from eDiscovery.

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Privacy 2014-2015: data breaches, doxxing and eDiscovery

Annelore van der Lint | January 7, 2015

Here are some of the issues and events I’ve been tracking in the nexus between eDiscovery and privacy. To predict the future, one only needs to look to what is already happening.

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Spoliation "schocks the conscience": blistering sanctions in  wage and hour class action

Annelore van der Lint | October 21, 2014

The spoliation of evidence is the intentional or negligent withholding, hiding, altering, or destroying of evidence relevant to a legal proceeding. The goal of spoliating or tampering with evidence is usually to cover up evidence that would be unfavorable to the perpetrator in some way. However, in…

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