How do you deal with employee data after termination? In this article, various companies provide answers in post-termination situations dealing with electronic and company data.
This Quick Overview addresses the role of E-Discovery in developing information governance policies in the United States. Although many organizations are developing information governance practices to extract business value from their existing data, they are not simultaneously addressing the potential risks and costs associated with that data, particularly when the data is electronically stored.
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The rules of civil procedure are once again being amended, this time to update them for document production in the digital age. Judge Shira A. Scheindlin talks about what the proposed changes will mean for in-house counsel. She also gives advice and her top ten tips on conducting e-discovery in the current murky shadow of Rule 26, to avoid garnering sanctions for inadvertently violating a discovery order, or worse yet charges of spoliation of evidence.