Brophy Bill to Require Warrant for Search of Electronic Data Passes Senate and First-In-The-Nation E-Discovery Law Passes Senate – The Colorado Senate is ”blazing” trails in new ways during its spring session. The Brophy Bill, if passed by the Colorado House would seek voter approval to protect citizens’ personal information from unreasonable search and seizure. Secondly, SB-190 would create an eDiscovery sharing system statewide to manage costs and information in criminal proceedings.
Court Holds that US Government Can Seize Email Data Stored Overseas and Questions Applicability of Fourth Amendment to Information Communicated Through the Internet – A Southern District of NY decision cleared the way for production of Microsoft customer e-mail data stored in the cloud and physically located outside the United States.
eDiscovery in Japan and South Korea: 2014 and Beyond – A quick overview of the Japanese and Korean legal markets and the unique cultural differences that have impacted the development of eDiscovery.