Rachel Marmor

Global e-Discovery Counsel at Barclays

She advises on legal issues related to the use of data in the litigation process, as well as on the management of data throughout the information lifecycle. Marmor was responsible for the establishment of Barclays’ in-house e-discovery function and has served as the company’s lead e-discovery advisor on high-profile litigations and investigations across the globe.

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Balancing Global Conflict Between Privacy and Preservation Starts with Information Governance

When an organization is blind to where its data resides and what is in it, it becomes impossible both to meet preservation obligations and comply with GDPR’s guidelines to protect and delete sensitive data. By understanding the full scope of the data, counsel can begin to assess the legal requirements involved with it.