Author Archives: Jeremy van der Heiden

Tackling the discovery dilemma of eCTD – Pt. 2

HAYSTACKID Vice President of eDiscovery & Digital Forensics Discusses FDA Legislation’s Impact On Forensics, and New Tool to Quell Relevant Challenges In the first segment of this two-part series, HAYSTACKID Vice President of eDiscovery & Digital Forensics Michael D. Sarlo explained some of the fundamentals of the FDA’s latest regulatory overhauls regarding eCTD. In this […]

Tackling the discovery dilemma of eCTD – Pt. 1

  HAYSTACKID Vice President of eDiscovery & Digital Forensics Discusses FDA Legislation’s Impact On Forensics, and a New Tool to Quell the Relevant Issues Virtually any industry even remotely related to the medical and health care fields have been under the constant and ever-changing pressures of regulatory compliance. When looking at these transformations through the […]

HAYSTACKID President & CEO sounds off on NYC, LegalTech – Pt. 2

Welcome back to our interview with HAYSTACKID President & CEO Kevin D. Glass. In Part 1, we discussed the reasons behind HAYSTACKID’s recent launch of a new office in NYC. In this second and final part of the conversation, Mr. Glass gives us his perspective on the new NYC office, LegalTech, and the current state […]

HAYSTACKID President & CEO sounds off on NYC, LegalTech – Pt. 1

  Kevin D. Glass is the President and Chief Executive Officer of HAYSTACKID, which recently launched a new office in the heart of Manhattan. We took a moment to talk about the reasons behind the more concerted push into the New York City marketplace, as well as his insights on this year’s LegalTech conference and […]

Michael Sarlo To Discuss Cell Phone Forensics At WiE Meeting

HAYSTACKID is proud to announce that our Global Director of eDiscovery Michael Sarlo will be presenting at the Women in eDiscovery Boston Chapter Meeting this Wednesday, November 16, between 12:00 PM and 1:30 PM. This is not the first time Michael is taking part in a Women in eDiscovery event. The topic area for this […]

We’ve Moved! HAYSTACKID Opens New Headquarters in Boston

HAYSTACKID, an international eDiscovery and digital forensics solutions provider, announced today the opening of its new headquarters in Boston at 6 Beacon Street. The move highlights HAYSTACKID’s commitment to Boston and builds on the momentum of its recent acquisition of Flex Discovery. HAYSTACKID originated in Boston and initially established its headquarters in New York City […]

Today Autism Speaks celebrates Light It Up Blue

Light it up blue, coined by the research organization Autism Speaks is celebrated annually today on April 2nd and is the official day for raising awareness for Autism.  Today is also the kick-off of World Autism Awareness month in the United States. Like many companies, HAYSTACKID gets asked to sponsor a number of benefits and charities […]

Career Day – A Digital Forensic Discussion with 7 Year Olds

My friend and colleague was speaking on a Data Privacy and Security Panel for about 200 people today. His role was to provide an in-house counsel perspective on how the company prepares for a breach, explain past incidents, and how his organization is responding to the ever-growing crisis that is data security and data breaches. […]

Tis the Season for Departing Employees-The Value of Forensic Evidence in non-compete/trade-secret related proceedings

Every year around this time while the spirit of the holidays is rolling in and the yuletide joy is being felt by many, Corporate America is going through another transformation behind the scenes. Many companies’ fiscal years end in December and a bad year could result in downsizing and a good year means growth and […]

ALT PRNT Screen Practice is Becoming Less Defensible When It Comes to Discovery;

There is no argument that social media discovery is becoming more and more prevalent in litigation discovery and discovery related requests.  In the past, a simple print screen of a website or LinkedIn profile page converted to a pdf or a printout was an acceptable form for production.  Today, social media evidence is becoming more […]