Anthony Diana and Samantha Walsh join Lighthouse’s Matthew Newington to discuss the complex eDiscovery considerations of Teams, including challenges with data preservation and collection, determining whether to treat Teams channels as a custodial or non-custodial data source, identifying “relevant” channels, and preserving and collecting third party application data.
Anthony Diana and Kiriaki Tourikis join Lighthouse’s Matthew Newington and Justin Marsh to discuss the features and eDiscovery challenges with SharePoint Online, including potential downstream issues with versioning, limitations on preservation hold library collection, as well as tips on proactive preservation.
Catherine Castaldo and Christine Gartland discuss the recent National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) guidance on practices for software supply chain security and how it can be applied to private businesses and their respective software supply chains and cybersecurity practices.
Lighthouse’s John Holliday joins Reed Smith’s Anthony Diana and Samantha Walsh to discuss the unique features/functions of OneDrive for Business that distinguish it from a traditional home or personal drive, new artifacts stored in OneDrive for Business, and the new eDiscovery challenges that those differences create.
Andreas Splittgerber and Aselle Ibraimova discuss the recent decisions by EU data protection authorities and courts in the EU that are affecting the use of analytics cookies on websites. They explore why website operators are being told to stop the use of analytics cookies and what can be done to overcome the issues.
Reed Smith lawyers Sarah Bruno, Cynthia O'Donoghue, and Jordan Tanoury discuss issues that may arise when onboarding and negotiating with artificial intelligence providers, and why it is possible to negotiate mutually beneficial contracts.
M365 in 5: Exploring eDiscovery issues with the expanded functionality and persistence of Teams Chats
Anthony Diana and Kile Marks join John Holliday from Lighthouse for a discussion about the downstream eDiscovery considerations of Teams Chats. Topics include expanded Chat functionality (memes, giphy’s, etc.), challenges associated with threading of Chats, and how persistence of Chats threads affects review and production of relevant content.
Anthony Diana and Therese Craparo join John Collins from Lighthouse to dive into the issues and eDiscovery challenges related to Teams A/V, such as controls of audio/video conferencing capabilities, identification of attendees, recordings, whiteboards, shared notes and all the various features available today or beyond.
Lighthouse’s Damian Murphy joins Reed Smith’s Anthony Diana and TJ Satnick to discuss the differences between an Exchange mailbox and a new Exchange Online mailbox, new artifacts stored in Exchange Online, and new eDiscovery challenges that those differences create.
The Metaverse poses cutting-edge issues for IP owners and users that do not fit neatly into traditional legal principles developed for the pre-metaverse world. Partner Christine Morgan and associate DJ Cespedes explore these challenges and how the explosion of new rights will present opportunities and challenges for owners and users of IP in the Metaverse.
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