FAIRFAX, Va., Aug. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal Talk Network has released the latest edition of Sensei Enterprises' Digital Detectives podcast, entitled "Ouch! Lessons Learned from the Morgan Lewis Redaction Disaster." Podcasters Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek, Sensei's President and Vice President, welcome Christine Musil, the Director of Marketing for Informative Graphics.
In the Morgan Lewis redaction disaster, the firm accidentally filed with the court an exhibit that contained unredacted information - information its client had spent a lot of time and money to protect from disclosure.
Ms. Musil talks about the most common redaction mistakes and how to avoid them, the importance of naming conventions and process checking in redaction, as well as the benefits and possible pitfalls of electronic redaction.
Ms. Nelson commented, "This is so elementary – you would think all law firms and corporations would have proper redaction well in hand – but clearly they don't."
You can listen to the podcast at: http://legaltalknetwork.com/podcasts/digital-detectives/2012/08/ouch-lessons-learned-from-the-morgan-lewis-redaction-disaster/
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Sensei Enterprises, Inc. is a nationally known digital forensics, security and information technology company. Based in Fairfax, Virginia, Sensei combines legal expertise with high-level technical certifications to serve the technology needs of the legal and corporate communities. Sensei's principals are the co-authors of The Electronic Evidence and E-Discovery Handbook (2006, ABA) and speak and present on electronic evidence, information security and legal technology throughout the country. To learn more, please visit www.senseient.com.
For more information about this release, call Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. at 703-359-0700.
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