This sample policy lists a series of law firm cybersecurity obligations that companies and their in-house counsel may consider requiring from outside counsel.
This is a panelist resource list.
This is a list of polling questions asked of session participants.
The European Union Directive 95/46/EC on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data was adopted on October 24, 1995 and entered into force on October 25, 1998. The Directive provides a regulatory framework for the use and disclosure of personal data in the EU. This lists the terms used in the Directive.
In this sample, clauses are for use where a data processor will be processing personal data on behalf of a data controller.
This form lists five main tips that can benefit companies in responding to a privacy regulator.
This is a sample internet use and social networking policy.
This sample agreement is drafted under English law and is intended for use in business-to-business arrangements. It is drafted in favour of the supplier.
This sample privacy impact assessment is a tool that can help businesses to identify the privacy (personal information) risks associated with a particular product, service, project, or other activity.
Potential Technology Initiative Template
This is a sample active power software license agreement.
This is a sample software enhancement sponsorship agreement.
Technology Planning for Legal Operations session resource
This checklist shows how the reputational and legal risks associated with not being in control of corporate data should be enough to capture the attention of the corporate C-suite.
This is a sample of data map design strategies.
This short resource outlines potential uses of blockchain in commodities trading.
This is a sample computer and email usage policy.
This is a sample use of company email policy.
This is a sample software license agreement.
This is a sample software license and services agreement.
This is a sample software assignment agreement where Consultant provides software and technology development consulting services.
This sample provides practice points and a checklist of what constitutes taking “reasonable steps” to help avoid sanctions under the newly amended FRCP 37(e).
This template is intended for use by any organizations who would like to join together to approach a technology vendor about common issues and concerns, especially as it relates to information governance and discovery.