Electronic Discovery

Discovery of electronic records has become a central concern in litigation and government and regulatory investigations. In some cases, settlement strategy, and even trial outcomes, hinge on the burden, costs, and potential pitfalls surrounding e-discovery. Records are everywhere—in paper, in electronic form, in large unorganized volumes. How an organization manages its records—from the initial creation through each record’s lifecycle—is complicated by the internal systems used, business needs, company culture, and the legal and regulatory requirements in play.
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