Discovery Digest - August 2014
The Discovery Digest is the definitive source of discovery news. This bi-monthly e-newsletter is packed with information on discovery “hot topics,” recent case law, and upcoming events.
|Cut costs, risks with proactive litigation plan
As the amount of information maintained by organizations grows – so does the costs and risks associated with effectively managing your data. Learn how preparing for potential litigation, by creating a litigation readiness plan, can help offset those risks and reduce your costs.
|Digital Forensics in the mobile, BYOD, and cloud era
When it comes to suspected fraud, a whistleblower claim, a lawsuit, or a regulatory inquiry – quick and decisive action is crucial to determine the facts and protect your organization’s interests. You can strengthen your ability to address this diverse array of risks by establishing digital forensics as a standard procedure very early in internal investigations and making sure investigations encompass all possible data sources, while avoiding some potential pitfalls in forensics application.
|BYOD complicates data discovery process for companies
BYOD efforts are complicating the process of preserving data for legal or regulatory discovery, and many executives are worried that they will not be able to meet data discovery mandates. How confident is your organization when it comes to preserving data on mobile devices for litigation, regulatory or investigative requirements? Review the survey results and see how your organization stacks up.
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