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AccessData webinar on 3 August: Law firm best practices for simplifying eDiscovery

On Wednesday 3 August at 2.00pm ET, AccessData joins forces with Oklahoma law firm Crowe & Dunlevy to present a webinar called Law firm best practices for simplifying eDiscovery… 67 more words


eBook from AccessData to help CIOs and CISOs plan to meet changing demands

AccessData has published a guide to help corporate information technology executives with the strategic technology planning needed for legal, compliance, human resources and investigative teams across the organisation. 176 more words


eDiscovery opportunities in the Brexit difficulty

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty”. Winston Churchill

I spent last week doing a mini-tour of European cities, organised (and excellently) by… 1,598 more words


AccessData European tour: When data transfer collides with data privacy

I am just back from the Sedona Conference Programme on Cross-Border Discovery and Data Protection in Berlin, on which I will write shortly.

I won’t put my suitcase away just yet, however, nor my notes from Berlin, because next week I am taking part in a three-city “Cross-Border Quandary Tour” in the UK, the Netherlands and Germany organised by… 289 more words


Customers, products and people: Keith James, CEO of AccessData, talks about changes at the company

From the outside, we are seeing a lot of changes at AccessData. We are seeing developments in product, we are seeing new initiatives with clients, we are seeing new people. 1,092 more words


In London, Amsterdam and Frankfurt in June with AccessData and Judge Peck

AccessData has organised a short speaking tour in June when US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck and I will speak in London, Amsterdam and Frankfurt over the week beginning 20 June. 243 more words


AccessData webinar series: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the FRCP Amendments

AccessData is running an eDiscovery webinar series in conjunction with Adam Smith, Esq., with the title The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the FRCP Amendments. 70 more words