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Legal Tech: Spring 2020 E-Discovery and Privacy Case Review

This quarter’s review will take a look at data in three formats: text messages, paper records and overseas email disputes.

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The first quarter of 2020 saw the first of what promises to be many cases involving new privacy laws — including the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) making its way into a U.S. e-discovery dispute. Heading into the year, a majority of Legal Departments suspected that e-discovery would become more complex with the launch of the U.S.’s California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), but polling shows that a majority of global organizations are still struggling to comply with the GDPR — which launched more than two years ago. With that in mind, this quarter’s review will take a look at data in three formats: text messages, paper records and overseas email disputes.

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