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Robert Cruz

Robert Cruz

Actiance senior director of information governance Robert Cruz is responsible for advancing new technology solutions and is an accomplished speaker, author, blogger pertaining to eDiscovery, information governance, cloud, data privacy, social media, and regulatory compliance. He holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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  • Should general counsel proactively address new FRCP obligations?

    As you know by now, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) have finally been amended, with the new Section 37(e) providing greater clarity as to what “reasonable” efforts look like, and what additional steps legal teams should take in preserving information. But, are these additional steps really necessary?

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