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Evangelist and Proposal Content Strategist

Sarah is an eDiscovery Evangelist and Proposal Content Strategist at Lighthouse. Before coming to Lighthouse, she worked for a decade as a practicing attorney at a global law firm, specializing in ediscovery counseling and case management, data privacy, and information governance. At Lighthouse, she happily utilizes her ediscovery expertise to help our clients understand and leverage the ever-changing world of legal technology and data governance. She is a problem solver and a collaborator and welcomes any chance to discuss customer pain points in ediscovery. Sarah earned her B.A. in English from Penn State University and her J.D. from Delaware Law School.

Worldwide Data Privacy Update

Published Tue, October 06, 2020 by Sarah Moran

It was a tumultuous summer in the world of data privacy, so I wanted to keep legal and compliance teams updated on changes that may affect your business in the coming months. Below is a recap of important data privacy changes across multiple jurisdictions, as well as where to go to dive into these updates a little deeper. Keep in mind that some of these changes may mean heightened responsibilities for companies related to breach requirements and/or data subject rights.

Microsoft 365, G-Suite, and the Growing Demand for Consulting and Testifying Experts

Published Thu, September 03, 2020 by Sarah Moran

Moving to the Cloud represents a seismic upheaval in the design of an organization’s internal infrastructure – one that significantly changes the way legal and compliance teams operate. We are used to working within a static infrastructure system that doesn’t change unless we decide to change it, enabling us to feel in control of company data and risk. The Cloud, however, is not designed that way. It is a dynamic force that is constantly shifting under our feet.

The U.S. Privacy Shield Is No Longer Valid – What Does that Mean for Companies that Transfer Data from the EU into the US?

Published Fri, August 28, 2020 by Sarah Moran

It feels fitting that the summer of 2020 would bring us Schrems II. This surprising Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) decision wreaked havoc in late July by invalidating the EU - U.S. Privacy Shield and calling into question other mechanisms for transferring the personal data of EU citizens into the United States (and beyond) under the GDPR. Let’s take a deeper dive into that decision and what it means for companies that need to transfer EU citizens’ data into the U.S.

Legal Tech Trends to Watch

Published Wed, August 26, 2020 by Sarah Moran

We are now past the midpoint of 2020, which means we are more than halfway through the first year of a brand new decade. This midway point is a great time to take a look at the hottest trends in the legal tech world and predict where those trends may lead us as we move further into the new decade.

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