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The Symantec Clearwell eDiscovery Platform is the leading enterprise electronic discovery software solution that enables enterprises, governments and law firms to manage legal, regulatory and investigative matters using a single application. Symantec Clearwell eDiscovery software makes it easy for organisations to cost effectively and defensibly solve real-world challenges across the entire eDiscovery lifecycle from legal hold and collections through analysis, review and production.

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Kleen Products ruling confirms significance of cooperation and proportionality in eDiscovery

While the truce in Kleen Products v Packaging Corporation of America has cooled off the parties’ predictive coding dispute until next year, eDiscovery motion practice in this case is just now intensifying... 


03 Oct 2012 | 02:54

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Conducting eDiscovery in glass houses: are you prepared for the next stone?

Symantec's Philip Favro discusses eDiscovery in relation to the blockbuster patent dispute between technology titans Apple and Samsung Electronics... 


03 Oct 2012 | 01:33

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The eDiscovery “passport”: the first step to succeeding in international legal disputes

Parties to US litigation are increasingly seeking discovery of electronically stored information from other litigants and third parties located in Continental Europe and the United Kingdom... 


03 Oct 2012 | 11:40

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The compliant cookie - the new internet cookie rules explained

Field Fisher head of privacy Eduardo Ustaran warns companies to expect little tolerance of foot-dragging on cookie compliance moves 


13 Jul 2012 | 12:00

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Business tool or just really cool - the rise of the iPad

For the first time in a while IT teams are being besieged by users wanting stuff – what they really want is an iPad, preferably the latest version, together with your ‘enterprise app’ and every other tool you can imagine. What has generated this phenomenon – and is it real or just hype? 


08 Jun 2012 | 12:00

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Technology in the hot seat - the challenges facing law firm IT departments

The results from the latest Legal Week Intelligence IT Report show a positive response to law firm IT departments... 


25 May 2012 | 12:04

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Protect or participate - how US document discovery clashes with Euro privacy laws

The US’ wide-reaching mandate for document discovery frequently comes into conflict with European privacy laws. Kristy Grant looks at how the international jurisdictions are attempting to solve the issues... 


11 May 2012 | 12:00

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A common language - the challenge of managing technology across an international law firm

BLP’s Janet Day on the many concerns for an IT team at an international law firm... 


10 Feb 2012 | 12:00

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As hacking hits the headlines, steps can be taken to prosecute over stolen emails

"The passwords to the claimant’s email accounts had been obtained in July 2008 through the services of a group based in China called (remarkably) 'The Invisible Hacking Group'..." - Skadden on what English law can offer hacking victims 


08 Dec 2011 | 12:00

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