Tag Archives: Bennett Borden

AccessData webinar series: navigating information risk, investigations and privacy

AccessData is running a series of webinars under the umbrella title Information Overload: Navigating information risk, investigations and privacy in today’s regulatory environment. The overall theme is one of preparation – devising policies and techniques for investigating data and facing … Continue reading

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Relativity webinar on 27 April: putting a leash on the Internet of Things

One of the recurring themes in this blog is the need to be aware of the increasing amount of personal data collected about us every day by our own devices. This, whether we like it or not, is used by … Continue reading

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OpenText and Information Governance Initiative webinar today: IG and eDiscovery trends

This is short notice, but this webinar looks interesting. OpenText and the Information Governance Initiative join forces to deliver a webinar called Moving from concept to execution today at 1:00pm EDT. The speakers are Bennett Borden of Drinker Biddle, Barclay … Continue reading

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Drinker Biddle names Bennett Borden as Chief Data Scientist to lead the firm’s data analytics strategy

There was a time when the roles of corporate professional advisers were sharply defined. Accountants did the sums, audited accounts and gave financial advice while lawyers dealt, largely reactively, with a well-compartmentalised class of problems which involved meeting legal obligations, … Continue reading

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Jason Baron joins the Drinker Biddle information governance and eDiscovery team

It is not often that I pay much attention to deadlines and embargoes. If the story won’t matter in a month’s time then it is not worth writing about now. Equally, I have not hitherto written much about what goes on within … Continue reading

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