Category Archives: DSARs

The main points from the International Panel at Relativity Fest

Relativity Fest always generates a mass of material, from company and product announcements to sessions on law and legal practice. I can’t write about it all, and you wouldn’t thank me if I did. If I focus now on the … Continue reading

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Relativity Fest panel – legal and technical perspectives on data privacy and data protection

Panel discussions about international discovery, privacy, and data protection serve as a good way of encapsulating the issues of the moment in a short space. Having a range of speakers and a short time-frame forces a focus on those things … Continue reading

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A roundup from my desk when we should all be in New York for Legalweek

Every year between 2007 and 2019 I went to Legaltech (later Legalweek) in New York at the end of January. I missed 2020 because I had a hip replacement on 30 January, and consoled myself with the knowledge that I … Continue reading

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Looking back at the International Panel at Relativity Fest

It was my pleasure to moderate again the International Panel at Relativity Fest. That usually involves an enjoyable trip to Chicago for most of a week, doing my own panel, attending others, doing several video interviews, and meeting up with … Continue reading

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DSARs and data breaches – advice on data governance from Integreon

A new article from Integreon brings us a new year reminder of the importance of looking after personal data. Called Sound governance for personal data, it is written by Clare Chalkley and Claire Frazer of Integreon’s London office. The article’s … Continue reading

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Interview: James MacGregor of Consilio on the expansion of Consilio’s business

At Relativity Fest in London, I spoke to James MacGregor, Managing Director at Consilio in London, about Consilio’s ambitions in the worldwide market for eDiscovery and related services. There seems to be no end to Consilio’s global ambitions and every year … Continue reading

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OpenText recorded webinar: Data Subject Access Requests

OpenText has published a webinar which I moderated for them recently on Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs). The speakers were Catrina Smith and David Wilkins of Norton Rose Fulbright. Catrina Smith is a partner in the employment department at Norton … Continue reading

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