A large U.S.-based law firm conducting an internal risk assessment investigation for a client’s acquisition faced data privacy restrictions impeding the review of 11 million documents.
A U.K.-based law firm representing a pharmaceutical client in the damages phase of a patent infringement litigation faced extensive disclosure requirements and tight deadlines for a dataset of more than 500,000 documents.
With the advent of GDPR, companies entered a new era of regulation around how they collect, handle and store personal data belonging to EU citizens. This includes the fulfillment of data subject access requests (DSARs), in which individuals can exercise rights and inquiries relating to the personal information an organisation has about them and how it is managed. In the first year of GDPR enforcement, more than 70 percent of surveyed organisations indicated an increase in DSARs.
With the rise of globalization has also come the rise in cross-border discovery and investigations, and the demand for multilingual capabilities in document review. FTI Technology’s award-winning managed document review solutions include on-demand access to a highly skilled team of multi-language review attorneys. In this Q&A, Van Mejia, a Senior Director within the Managed Document Review practice and lead in FTI Technology’s New York City document review center, discusses the unique skillsets of foreign language reviewers and why FTI Technology stands out among other providers.
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