More and more companies are operating throughout the world, so the impact of differing requirements for e-discovery is increasing, especially those relating to privacy. The rules tend to be much more rigorous outside the United States, particularly in the European Union. “Transferring data across borders properly and legally is front and center on everyone’s mind as we operate in an international market,” says Dave Sannar, VP of international development for Catalyst, which offers a hosted litigation platform and professional services.

Europe has adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was promulgated in April 2016 and has a two-year implementation timeframe. It regulates the manner in which data can be collected and moved across international borders. The regulation makes an e-discovery company or law firm responsible for any compliance failure. “If there is a breach, the data handling entity can be held liable for up to 4 percent of its gross revenues worldwide, whether the breach was intentional or not,” Sannar explains.

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