Topic: eDiscovery

Criminal Division rolls out guidance on compensation clawbacks

Assistant attorney general Kenneth Polite on Friday outlined new DOJ policies concerning compensation clawbacks, third-party messaging platforms, and monitorships.

03 March 2023

Mintz Group expands in Asia

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Singapore

“The acquisition provides the kind of investment to really be a leader in the region”, Mintz’s managing partner in Asia said.

06 September 2022

South Africa's NPA to be trained in e-forensics by business association

10 August 2022

SEC demands VW identify executives in dieselgate litigation

18 November 2021

Theranos founder loses privilege battle over Boies Schiller emails

04 June 2021

DOJ completes disclosure exercise in Huawei sanctions case

12 May 2021

New York court halts former Malaysian PM’s 1MDB evidence request

A federal judge in Manhattan says ex-leader Najib Razak must wait until the conclusion of a US criminal case before he can subpoena Goldman Sachs for evidence to help him fight corruption charges in Malaysia.

10 May 2021

Huawei CFO loses UK quest for HSBC docs

The High Court ruled that Meng can not use the Bankers Books Evidence Act to target compliance records, or to obtain any materials for proceedings outside the UK.

19 February 2021

Estonia cuts ties with Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan

19 February 2021

Facebook FTC negotiation documents to be disclosed

A Delaware judge has let plaintiffs access Facebook board communications so they can determine whether the company’s record $5 billion privacy fine was inflated in return for its chief executive avoiding personal liability.

16 February 2021

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