Rachel Teisch

Rachel Teisch is Vice President, Marketing at Conduent. She can be reached at info@conduent.com.

  • Creating a Sustainable Compliance Function

    Creating a Sustainable Compliance Function

    Today’s compliance problems are tomorrow’s litigation, and the problems in today’s environment are serious: heavy data growth and the increase in electronic communications, heightened regulatory...

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  • Begin eDiscovery with the End in Mind

    Begin eDiscovery with the End in Mind

    In September, the Sedona Conference released the public comment version of its Commentary on Defense of Process: Principles and Guidelines for Developing and Implementing a Sound E-Discovery...

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  • How Safe is Your Data Center?

    How Safe is Your Data Center?

    This was the topic of Legaltech News’ story on 10 best practices for data security and what you need to know about how and where your information is stored, by Christine Yi of Conduent. When you...

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  • Go for the Gold When It Comes to Data Security

    Go for the Gold When It Comes to Data Security

    During sensitive, expensive discovery, nothing is more critical than the security of your electronically stored information (ESI). You can have impeccable records, defensible collection practices,...

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  • I Spy the Relevant Data: Using Analytics to Accelerate eDiscovery for Second Requests

    I Spy the Relevant Data: Using Analytics to Accelerate eDiscovery for Second Requests

    Pikachu, Wartortle, Ivysaur, Rattata—can you catch ‘em all? With Pokémon Go, the current augmented reality app craze, your goal is to search for and capture these virtual monsters that pop up in...

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  • Would a Technology by Any Other Name Smell As Sweet?

    Would a Technology by Any Other Name Smell As Sweet?

    What’s in a name? Many of us tend to use terms such as artificial intelligence, technology-assisted review (TAR), and predictive coding interchangeably, because there is no single vocabulary...

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  • What’s Trending in eDiscovery

    What’s Trending in eDiscovery

    The first quarter of 2016 has been a busy one for courts adjudicating matters relating to eDiscovery. Across the pond, the English High Court approved the use of technology-assisted review, while...

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  • A New Dawn for Data Privacy in the Old World

    A New Dawn for Data Privacy in the Old World

    After the European Court of Justice gutted the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor agreement in its landmark decision in Schrems v. Facebook, a number of EU data protection authorities (DPAs) issued clarifying...

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  • A Trick-or-Treater’s Guide to the Federal Rule Amendments

    Unless Congress takes action within the next month, important amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will take effect on December 1, 2015. Several of these changes will shape how we...

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  • A Survival Kit for Cross-Border Discovery

    A Survival Kit for Cross-Border Discovery

    “One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning.” This quote, from Fireside Poet and literary critic James Russell Lowell, described Shakespeare, but it applies equally to the...

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  • Around the (eDiscovery) APAC World in 80 Seconds

    Around the (eDiscovery) APAC World in 80 Seconds

    Although the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is generally light on rules governing e-discovery, it transforms into a heavyweight contender when U.S. litigants must collect and review data there. With...

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  • Are You the Next Cybercrime Target?

    Are You the Next Cybercrime Target?

    How valuable is your data? If you store personally identifiable information, such as Social Security numbers, protected health information under HIPAA, and even more mundane information such as...

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  • Assuring Regulatory Compliance Doesn’t Get Lost in Translation

    Assuring Regulatory Compliance Doesn’t Get Lost in Translation

    In The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, hapless Earthling Arthur Dent jams a Babel fish in his ear that gives him the ability to instantly understand anything in any language around the universe....

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  • Are China’s New Data and Cybersecurity Regulations a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

    Are China’s New Data and Cybersecurity Regulations a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

    As the Year of the Sheep gets underway, it is already apparent that the Chinese government will not be living up to the meek reputation of its zodiac representative—at least not as far as data and...

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  • A Game-Changer for E-Discovery in Hong Kong

    For parties engaged in cross-border investigations or disputes in Asia, as of September 1, 2014, civil litigants in Hong Kong must follow new rules that govern the discovery of electronically...

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  • An Emboldened FTC: What Does It Mean for a Company’s Cybersecurity Team?

    An Emboldened FTC: What Does It Mean for a Company’s Cybersecurity Team?

    In April, Edith Ramirez, Chairwoman of the FTC, and Julie Brill, FTC Commissioner, tweeted: “Pleased the court recognized @FTC’s authority to hold biz accountable for safeguarding consumer data &...

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  • 10 Characteristics of an Ideal Managed Services Provider

    In our last post, we considered internal factors that organizations should evaluate when deciding whether and how to allocate responsibility for e-discovery between in-house and external...

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  • Achieve Organizational Goals by Taking a Managed Services Approach to E-Discovery

    Achieve Organizational Goals by Taking a Managed Services Approach to E-Discovery

    With data volumes skyrocketing and the costs of litigation following a similar trajectory, organizations are exploring alternative models for managing e-discovery. Click below to read more >>

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