Seyfarth Shaw’s eDiscovery and Information Governance (eDIG) attorneys dedicate 100% of their practices to eDiscovery and information governance issues, advising and litigating on these complex matters efficiently, effectively and creatively. Seyfarth is one of the few law firms with a truly dedicated eDiscovery practice group — one that began well before the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in 2006. We bring experience and talent to craft practical and defensible approaches to meet discovery obligations in litigation to comply with statutory and regulatory rules while managing the costs and the realities of operating a business in today’s economy. We have worked with some of the country’s largest companies on eDiscovery issues in specific major litigation as well as broader strategic approaches to eDiscovery.
Carpe Datum Law is a resource that provides timely updates to executives and corporate in-house counsel regarding recent developments, trends, tools, best practices and discussions in the area of eDiscovery and information governance law. This blog addresses changes in the law regarding eDiscovery issues including pre-litigation preparedness and the preservation, collection, review and production of electronic information in litigation, as well as information governance issues related to data privacy, information security, and records management.