Chris Dale has recently spoken at a number of events with Jonathan Maas of Huron Legal, talking to barristers and solicitors in Leeds and London, at ILTA INSIGHT and in Brussels. Jonathan's consistent theme has been the need for lawyers to identify the scope of the disclosure problem as early as possible - as Chris puts it in this interview "in the very small window between inception and the case management conference".
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This video is part of InsideLegal's "In Their Own Words" Legal Thought Leaders Series and features Jonathan Maas, Assistant Director of Ernst & Young.
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Some current hot-buttons of eDisclosure in the UK include corporate pressure to contain data volume, a new practice direction to increase discussion on handling electronic data, and the influence of The LiST Group on practice standards. Jonathan Maas discusses this with the late, great Browning Marean and Tom O'Connor in the eDiscovery Zone at Legal Tech NY.
Relativity Fest, London (April 2017)
International Update: Issues in Cross-Border eDisclosure and Data Protection
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) slated to take effect in May 2018, the future of the Privacy Shield and the effect of Brexit uncertain, and the new administration in Washington creating additional uncertainty about U.S. data laws and regulations, cross-border data issues are more important than ever.