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The Need for Pro-active eDiscovery

Is your organization prepared to respond to an e-discovery demand imposed by regulators, civil parties or a competitor?...Only about 1% of organizations are reportedly prepared for full-scale e-discovery activities

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Information Governance – Nice idea but we really don't care

The link between information governance, E-Discovery, and litigation support are closely intertwined

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The UK Bribery Act, “FCPA on steroids”

In this phase there is more demand for technology to addresses the specific e-discovery process...Many organizations are implementing this last phase in the development of the e-discovery marketplace in order to realize proper enterprise information management

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From Email to Enterprise Information Archiving

From a technical or disk-space-saving point of view, it is not difficult to archive emails, but when e-discovery and early case assessment become a reality and deadlines are imposed on your organization, even products from recognized email-archiving leaders can come with serious problems

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eDiscovery and Records Management, a Perfect Storm?

So when it comes time to perform discovery for a litigation, users must search many different repositories outside the RM infrastructure, making discovery very costly and inefficient

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road

As an example, I was reading a case summary on the Electronic Discovery Law site about the case between Naaco Materials Handling Group, Inc. v. Lilly Co. titled “Sanctions Ordered for Failure to Adequately Preserve, Search for, and Collect Potentially Relevant Information” , where it seems there was a failure to initiate a process related to discovery and litigation hold. When the complaint was issued – the trigger for the litigation hold and discovery to begin – a process should have been in place to properly address the complaint requirements

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Formulating A Document Retention Policy

In addition, in today's world, a retention policy must adequately manage electronic discovery demands...This is a vital difference between paper data and electronic data for purposes of e-discovery in litigation

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Bringing eDiscovery in-house is the way to go, but beware of the risks!

In 2009, we seemed to be among few pioneers of the movement to bring electronic discovery in-house

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Market research: 88% of FTSE 100 Companies at Risk of Litigation

Improving investigative capabilities to effectively source information across an enterprise will ensure it is protected against costly reactions to discovery requests within court-imposed timelines, potentially saving millions on legal fees

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