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Sedona Conference issues principles for addressing the preservation and discovery of protected data in U.S. litigation

Multinational companies based in the United States (or with significant operations in the United States) may be subject both to the civil procedure discovery rules of the United States as well as the privacy laws of the European Union and other countries in which they operate. Complying with these potentially conflicting bodies of law may pose difficult challenges for such companies.

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