[WEBINAR] The Evolving State of Data Privacy In America: Implications for eDiscovery

In 2018, the GDPR established comprehensive data privacy laws in Europe, setting the standard for the rest of the world. Since then, the data privacy landscape in the U.S. has changed considerably in response to increasing interconnectedness and massive data volumes, and state-level momentum for comprehensive privacy bills is at an all-time high. Yet, U.S. privacy protections to date remain fragmented between Federal and State laws. 

Join industry leaders from Hanzo and Redgrave LLP to discuss the current state of U.S. privacy regulation and how these laws impact important discovery-related issues. 

Discussion topics include:

  • the current state of privacy laws and key issues
  • how the privacy landscape affects eDiscovery (e.g., privacy considerations vs. duty to preserve)
  • how information governance can help address privacy concerns
  • examination of the process for privacy compliance during litigation
  • key policies and technologies that organizations should implement


Eliza T. Davis
Counsel, Redgrave LLP

Eliza has extensive experience advising clients on data privacy, information governance, and eDiscovery issues. A skilled litigator, she is adept at managing all discovery phases, including directing document review and production, developing review protocols, and handling the meet and confer process and motions practice. She has experience handling matters concerning contract disputes, internal investigations, data governance, and data privacy. Eliza is Redgrave’s Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Group co-leader and leads the Slack Workgroup.

Martin Tully
Partner, Redgrave LLP

Martin is a nationally recognized attorney with over three decades of experience representing companies and individuals in complex and high-stakes commercial litigation. His extensive focus and knowledge concerning eDiscovery, information governance, and data privacy and cybersecurity have established him as a force in the information law space. Martin uses this background to counsel clients on best practices for efficient and effective legal, technology, and business solutions. He is skilled at navigating the space between the law and technology and strategically leverages this knowledge to support and achieve his clients’ goals.

Martin is an information law thought leader and has written and presented extensively on a variety of eDiscovery, information governance, data privacy, cybersecurity, and legal technology topics.

Dave Ruel
Head of Product, Hanzo

Dave is the Head of Product at Hanzo, a pioneer in the contextual capture and preservation of dynamic web and collaboration content for corporate legal and compliance departments. Dave has more than 20 years of experience in software and product development and has spent considerable time in the legal, compliance, and information governance space. He has helped develop a broad range of products and solutions for big data challenges and is passionate about emerging technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, and visual analytics.


Jim Gill
Content Marketing Manager, Hanzo

Jim Gill is a legal technology industry veteran who has worked with a number of organizations and publications and is a 6-time winner of the JD Supra Readers Choice Award for his writing about legal technology.

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