Cross-Border eDiscovery: An Introduction to Cultural and Legal Obstacles

ESI stored outside a company’s home country presents a number of obstacles, in addition to the “normal” challenges regarding the collection, processing and production of eDiscovery.

International treaties and agreements concerning cross-border discovery were made before social networking platforms, cloud computing and ultra-fast global network connections – and are now outdated. Efforts such as EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and China’s Cybersecurity Law (CSL) are attempting to fill that gap. 

Download this white paper, coauthored by Tom Groom and Chris Gallagher, for a better in-depth look at:

  • How the EU and China plan to deal with multinational data
  • Cultural challenges to cross-border eDiscovery
  • Legal obstacles for handling data in the EU and China

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