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Three Key Components of a Global eDiscovery Strategy

Global litigation is more common today as international business deals, emerging technologies, and new regulations invoke cross-border obligations. Since many countries have now adopted eDiscovery processes, it is important for legal teams to factor that into their litigation readiness plans and develop dynamic protocols to account for this legal shift.

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The Changing Landscape of Dawn Raids: Preparing for Hybrid Inspections

The pandemic accelerated widespread digitisation in almost every industry. Moving from hard copy to digital documentation influences many business and legal processes, including the way authorities around the world conduct dawn raids.

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Does Your Data Bring You Joy?

The new Sedona commentary on information governance provides eleven principles for any IG program with three overarching takeaways.  A well-organized IG program should be proactive, reasonable, and comprehensive. 

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Creating an Information Governance Structure

A well-crafted information governance framework can properly manage valuable data and minimize risk. But not all data protection programs are created equal. Security measures taken by an organization should protect your specific information in your specific environment—it’s a matter of scale and matter of risk. To create the right structure for your company, it is crucial to assess your data, understand the information you need to protect, and know how you are expected to comply with the law.
 

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