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EDRM GDPR team releases paper clarifying privacy terms

Posted on May 9, 2018

EDRM’s GDPR project team has released its first document, which analyzes terms that are commonly used in e-discovery but take on different meanings under GDPR. The paper was published on the EDRM site and in the spring 2018 edition of Judicature. The document lays the foundation for future efforts, said Jim Waldron, director of EDRM. Continue Reading »

Read the March 2018 EDRM Newsletter

Posted on March 22, 2018

GDPR team finalizing first document

Posted on February 28, 2018

Update from GDPR Team (Feb. 28, 2018) The new EU Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect on May 25, 2018, and any organization that collects, handles, processes, or transfers data for or relating to EU citizens or businesses, no matter where your business is based, should be taking steps now to become GDPR Continue Reading »

EDRM to Offer 2018 Preview of E-Discovery Initiatives

Posted on January 30, 2018

Review of TAR, GDPR Projects and Call for Contributors to 2018 Initiatives and Education Program Durham, NC – January 30, 2018 – Duke Law EDRM, the leading standards organization for the e-discovery market, announced today that EDRM will conduct information sessions on current e-discovery initiatives and a preview of plans for 2018.  Sessions will be held Continue Reading »

In the News: EDRM initiatives among top e-discovery moves for 2017

Posted on December 22, 2017

LegalTech News | 12.22.17 Five Major E-Discovery Industry Developments in 2017 Since the 2015 amendments of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), the way attorneys and judges approach e-discovery has been undergoing a transformation. But in 2017, the forces influencing e-discovery went far beyond case law. In the midst of new technical challenges and market consolidation, Continue Reading »

Rule 34 – Be Specific!

Posted on December 14, 2017

12.14.17 EDRM contributes to new Exterro guide on e-discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 34 is directly tied to Rule 26(d)(2), which sets down the timing for a discovery request, effectively starting the race to find the facts of a case, and in turn giving the parties insight into what their litigation Continue Reading »

EDRM Co-Sponsors E-Discovery Day 2017

Posted on November 13, 2017

Live and Virtual Education and Networking Events Celebrate the Growing Role of E-Discovery in the Legal Process Duke Law EDRM will again sponsor E-Discovery Day, Dec. 1, 2017, and cofounder George Socha will participate in a webinar about updating your e-discovery toolkit. E-Discovery Day, initiated in 2015 by Exterro, is an industrywide initiative to promote e-discovery Continue Reading »

Duke EDRM Experts to Speak at Technology in Practice Conference

Posted on November 7, 2017

Data Privacy, TAR, Artificial Intelligence Are among the Technologies Reshaping the Practice of Law Durham, NC – Jeff Ward, director of the Duke Center on Law & Technology (DCLT), and Laia Bertran Manyé, a DCLT Fellow and GDPR expert, will speak at the Technology in Practice Conference Nov. 8-10, 2017, in Toronto. Technology in Practice brings Continue Reading »

In the News: Duke named top global university for law degree

Posted on October 10, 2017

Times Higher Education | 10.10.17 Best universities for law degrees 2018 A law degree is the first step to a number of careers including a solicitor, barrister or judge. Many universities around the world provide law degrees so it can be difficult to know which is the best one for you. For the first time, Continue Reading »

In the News: Duke EDRM sets sights on TAR Guidance

Posted on October 9, 2017

Bloomberg BNA | 10.9.17 Duke Law EDRM sets sights on Technology Assisted Review Guidance by Michael Greene An organization that develops models and standards for electronic discovery has set its sights on developing guidance on technology assisted review (TAR)—a process that involves using machine learning models to help classify documents. EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model), Continue Reading »