February 24, 2023

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Policy Considerations

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs remain both a major opportunity and challenge for enterprises. It is possible to capitalize on the benefits of BYOD without adding significant risk by following the right approach to identifying BYOD risk and developing an effective BYOD policy.
February 16, 2023

Cybersecurity part2

Cyberattacks that use AI are currently rare and limited to social engineering applications, (such as impersonating an individual) or used in ways that aren’t directly observable by researchers and analysts. However, the quantity and quality of advances in AI have made more advanced cyberattacks likely in the foreseeable future.
February 8, 2023

Cybersecurity part1

Global businesses have witnessed an unprecedented scale of cyberattacks in the past year making it increasingly challenging for security teams to react.
January 4, 2023

eDiscovery Market Growth Trends

Spending across the eDiscovery software and services market is estimated to total $14.05B in 2022, and continue increasing at a CAGR of approximately 9.69% towards $22.31B in 2027. This projected growth was taken from various leading eDiscovery publications, posts, data points, and discussions.
December 23, 2022

Growing Importance of In-House Counsel in Japan

The role of in-house counsel in Japan has evolved significantly over for the past few years as the reluctance to embrace the concept of in-house legal departments has changed — largely out of necessity.
December 14, 2022

E-Discovery in Australia: Part 3 – Privacy Laws Updates and Revisions

One consistent message that seems to resonate from legislature to legislature across the world is the recognition of the fact that data - especially personal data - is both a weapon and a vulnerability, and in the quickly-evolving digital landscape of today the task of safeguarding it effectively becomes more and more difficult. The Australian legislature seeks to update its current privacy laws, which are based on both the original 1988 Privacy Act, and its later update from 2000, to reflect the rapid technological advancements that took place in the early 21st century in data collection, data storage and data analysis.
December 6, 2022

E-Discovery in Australia: Part 2 – The Road to TAR Adoption in Australian Legal Market

Technology Assisted Review (often shortened to TAR) has been making inroads in most major litigation markets. The progress hasn't been as speedy as some would have liked, perhaps, but law is a cautious and conservative field and even technological advancements that promise to herald a new era of efficiency in legal discovery and document review must wait until sufficient precedent has been accumulated by those daring justices and judges who are willing to give technology a chance.
November 30, 2022

E-Discovery in Australia: Part 1- Expected Growth of Australia’s Legal Services Market

Legal Services providers are increasingly focusing on Australia’s legal market to explore opportunities to push forward global expansion efforts amid a positive, changing legal landscape.
April 19, 2022

DOJ Antitrust Division tightens leniency requirements

On April 4, the DOJ Antitrust Division announced an update to their leniency policy and issued a revised set of frequently asked questions (FAQ).
February 10, 2022

Leveraging AI on Supply Chain and its effect

There is seemingly no limit to the applications for Artificial Intelligence and to the great expectations (or potential threats) that many tech and business leaders have predicted for its applications. In July of 2021 Google CEO Sundar Pinchai reiterated his belief that the effects and use of AI will be more profound on the history of humanity than fire or electricity, and Tesla founder Elon Musk has warned that AI could lead to the next world war. Nuclear fission is a common comparison among commentators, both in AI’s potential uses and potential dangers.