Cyberspace Law

Hedda Litwin, Chief Counsel

NAAG’s Cyberspace counsel Hedda Litwin, works to provide assistance to the Offices of Attorneys General on issues involving technology and digital evidence. She facilitates communication among the attorneys general and their staff and monitors legislative and regulatory developments on high tech issues. Counsel supports task forces led by attorneys general on Internet safety, and cyber privacy, as well as working groups on specific cases. Counsel writes and publishes a bi-monthly Cybercrime E-Newsletter, which includes information on attorneys general initiatives to combat cybercrime as well as recent court decisions, a legislative update and new developments in cyber law. Counsel has also compiled and published an internal Internet Safety Directory, which it updates and distributes to attorneys general offices on a quarterly basis.

In addition, counsel provides training on electronic discovery, at both national conferences and to individual Offices of Attorneys General. Counsel provides assistance to, and facilitates communication among, the Offices of Attorneys General and their staff on e-discovery issues and monitors the latest developments at both the state and federal level. Counsel also publishes a monthly E-Discovery Bulletin containing recent caselaw, amended civil procedure rules and technology updates.

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