This article discusses European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implications and compliance for Asia Pacific (APAC) region businesses.
In this ACC Guide, in-house counsel will learn how to organize their physical and electronic records to create a more efficient legal environment. While automation can be challenging, there are many systems that departments can use to find success.
In order to successfully transition to Office 365, in-house lawyers at corporations large and small must plan ahead. This article will address the top ten things to consider when rolling out Microsoft Office 365.
Litigation is a complicated game of claims and defenses, requiring the court’s attention on the merits. Requesting parties frequently attempt to distract the court with claims unrelated to the merits in an effort to take their eyes off the ball. Parties are seeking discovery of unrelated, overbroad information that courts have repeatedly found to be outside the bounds of what is permitted by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Be prepared to blow the whistle.
A free service to in-house counsel developed by ACC, the ACC Data Steward Program (DSP) offers a standardized SaaS-based framework for assessing law firms’ data security protocols and scoring their ability to protect sensitive client information. The DSP provides a centralized repository to gather and validate the data security protocols of all outside counsel hired by a legal department. An optional ACC Accreditation of individual law firms is available.
This article explains how electronic signature laws and principles in the United States laid the foundation for the advent of remote online notarization.
In many states, notaries public can take advantage of electronic signature related technologies to remotely notarize documents. In this article, find out how remote online notarization (RON) helps businesses function safely and more efficiently.