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Rechtsanwälte/Projektjuristen für eDiscovery gesucht

LexSensis stellt in Europa zugelassene Rechtsanwälte/Rechtsanwältinnen und Juristen/Juristinnen als Projektpersonal für eine Vielzahl von Projekten bereit, wie im Rahmen von Document Review und eDiscovery Projekten. Unsere Klienten sind internationale Anwaltskanzleien und Rechtsabteilungen nationaler und internationaler Unternehmen. Wir verfügen über ein Europaweites Netzwerk von Juristen und Rechtsanwälten, und bieten eine Vielzahl an Projekten in Deutschland, Österreich, der Schweiz und ganz Europa an.

Momentan expandieren wir unser Netzwerk in Deutschland und suchen dringend Rechtsanwälte/Rechtsanwältinnen und Juristen/Juristinnen für projektbezogene Arbeit. Wir suchen flexible, zuverlässige Kollegen, die gut als Teil eines Teams arbeiten können, und über sehr gute Englisch- und Computerkenntnisse verfügen. Vorherige Erfahrung im Bereich Document Review oder eDiscovery ist erwünscht aber nicht zwingend notwendig.

Wir bieten markführende Bezahlung, volle Unterstützung vor und während der Projekte, ein freundliches und kollegiales Arbeitsklima an, sowie die Möglichkeit, falls erwünscht, Europaweit zu arbeiten.


Frau Io-Anna Lianos

EU Commission publishes legal texts underpinning new EU-US data protection agreement

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The European Commission on Monday published the legal texts underpinning a new data protection agreement with the United States that sets out the conditions according to which personal data on EU citizens can be held in computers on US soil. 

The legal texts include a reform of EU Data protection rules, which apply to all companies providing services in the EU, an 'Umbrella Agreement' regarding transatlantic data transfers for law enforcement purposes, and a replacement of the old 'Safe Harbour' framework for commercial data transfers, known as the EU-US Privacy Shield. 

The new rules aim to reassure Europeans that their data will be protected from indiscriminate snooping by American intelligence agencies and aim to bring to an end over two years of legal uncertainty for companies including US internet giants Google and Facebook. 

Companies wishing to transfer personal data on EU citizens to the US will now face tighter rules about passing such data on to other companies and the US government has agreed to clear safeguards and transparency obligations concerning access by its intelligence agencies. Europeans will also have access to redress mechanisms including a free alternative dispute resolution mechanism and an independent 'Ombudsperson.'

Implementation of the agreement will also be subject to an annual review by the European Commission and the US Department of Commerce. 

The legal texts will now be reviewed by European data protection authorities and a committee of experts from the EU Member States, while the consent of the European Parliament will also be sought on the Umbrella Agreement.  

Links to the legal texts and accompanying documents can be found here


About LexSensis


LexSensis is a specialist provider of lawyers on demand, led by lawyers for lawyers. LexSensis is specialized in project staffing, managed reviews, compliance, due diligence and legal translation services. They offer customized solutions at market leading rates and independent advice on suitable document review platforms. With a network of over 5000 carefully-screened, qualified, and experienced lawyers across Europe, LexSensis can provide teams in all main languages at any location, normally within 24-48 hours. To find out more please visit

Jennifer Sharman Koh is a solicitor of England & Wales who has practiced international arbitration in London, Paris and Brussels, advising multinationals and governments on major international disputes. She has extensive document review experience both in the development of managed review protocols and in the practical setting-up of reviews across Europe. At LexSensis, she built-up a large network of lawyers to work on document reviews across Europe, whatever the country, whatever the language. Jennifer is responsible for operational and strategic aspects of LexSensis and is the key client contact in the Benelux.

Io-Anna Lianos is a dual-qualified solicitor admitted in England and Wales and at the Athens Bar Association, Greece. She is an expert consultant in complex eDiscovery and Managed Review processes with years of experience managing large-scale document review projects across Europe and Asia. In 2009, Io-Anna founded DLR Legal, one of the pioneers of document review consulting in London, specializing in multilingual reviews across Europe. She built up a large Europe-wide network of document review specialists, covering 28 jurisdictions and a multitude of languages. Over the course of her career to date, Io-Anna has advised clients on all aspects of managed review processes, including on best practices for solving complex managed review and legal staffing needs. She is the Director of LexSensis, responsible for all operational and strategic aspects.

LexSensis – the pan-European legal staffing firm opening Brussels office

Brussels– Law firms and in-house counsel in Belgium will soon have a powerful ally to help them manage the biggest cases and keep costs under control. LexSensis, the pan-European legal staffing firm run by lawyers for lawyers, is opening its Brussels office on 7 April 2015, giving clients the opportunity to tap into its network of over 5,000 carefully selected, bar-registered attorneys across Europe.

With nearly a decade of experience, LexSensis experts can assemble teams of experienced lawyers for document review projects and other temporary assignments at short notice, no matter the languages or jurisdictions involved.

The LexSensis document review centre, situated in the heart of Brussels, offers clients the possibility to have large reviews conducted off site, in an easily expandable, secure environment.

Clients needing legal documents translated will also be able to take advantage of LexSensis’ extensive network of professional legal translators.

“Because we are lawyers ourselves, we understand what our clients are looking for and how to select the right team for their projects,” says Jennifer Sharman Koh, Regional Director at LexSensis. “We look forward to giving our clients what they are really looking for: the right people at the right time at the right price.”

LexSensis Brussels is located at Square de Meeûs 40, 1000 Brussels.

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