Most articles and talks about cross-border discovery, including mine, focus mainly on the legal and practical restraints involved in collecting and reviewing data in a non-US jurisdiction.
Rachel Teisch of Xerox Litigation Services looks at a different aspect of this problem in her article Survival kit for cross-border discovery. The focus in this article is on the software tools which, while they may be required in any eDiscovery exercise, are particularly necessary when dealing with the technical problems thrown up by the collection, management and review of documents which are subject to privacy constraints.
Xerox Litigation Services has been extending its coverage of eDiscovery in the Asia-Pacific region. An article called Five drivers of eDiscovery in the APAC region by Bill Mariano of Xerox Litigation Services gives a brief summary of the factors which are driving increased requirements for discovery in many of the jurisdictions in the region.