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Beware the breach: data breaches, notification duties and legal liability

USA - August 29 2012 Companies that experience a data breach may be exposed to more than merely bad publicity.

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon.

The perils of Facebook: social media and Fourth Amendment privacy expectations

USA - August 29 2012 Social media continues to present the courts with an array of legal questions, including discoverability, authentication, and privacy protections.

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon.

Spotlight on the judiciary: Judge Frank Maas

USA - July 28 2010 "Spotlight on the Judiciary" highlights the body of work of a judge who has made a significant impact on the development of e-discovery law.

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon.

How private are personal emails – part III: Florida district court finds no attorney-client privilege for email communications at work

USA - January 4 2010 In previous issues of the Electronic Discovery Update, we have discussed recent court determinations of whether personal emails sent by employees from their work computers should be treated as confidential and within the protection of the attorney-client privilege.

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon.

How private are personal emails - Part IV: Stengart v. Loving Care reaches the New Jersey Supreme Court

USA - July 28 2010 In previous Electronic Discovery Updates, we examined the developing issue of whether the attorney-client privilege protects emails between an employee and her attorney sent from the employee's personal, web-based, password protected email account - such as a Yahoo!, Gmail, or Hotmail account - but accessed on a work computer.

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon.