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Four Principles of Responsible E-Discovery Data Management by Gillian Glass and Caroline Sweeney

"As electronic discovery professionals, we collect an enormous amount of data from our clients and then generate even more work product off of those data… Information governance principles can provide tremendous guidance in helping" e-discovery professionals determine what and...


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Simplify Client Audits with Proactive Compliance by Patrick Kohnle

" The number of compliance checklists for law firm technology systems and security procedures has ballooned. Law firms should implement proactive compliance to address, alter and audit internal security and operations as a requirement to do business with outside organizations." ...


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Are You the Weak Link in Your Client's IG Program?

Information Governance is "important because the way law firms currently operate— indefinitely keeping all client documents, including client-generated information turned over in response to discovery — could be in direct opposition with their clients’ information governance best practices." ...




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Outside Counsel's Role in Information Governance by Jake Frazier and Anthony J. Diana

"The biggest IT challenge corporations are facing today is the growth of data, estimated at 40-60 percent annually… As the data problem grows too large to ignore, information governance — the framework for and the practice of proactively managing the valuation, creation, storage, use, archival...