Linked – Better Information Governance Means Better E-Discovery Outcomes—Part I: E-Discovery in the Big Data Era

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This should be obvious, but I suspect that in the majority of cases, a whole lot of time and effort is spent just trying to figure out what data is out there, and where it is.

“Anyone familiar with electronic discovery (e-discovery) and complex civil litigation knows that there is tremendous evidentiary benefit to quickly getting to the underlying facts of a matter. The speed, efficiency and accuracy with which you can identify, preserve, collect, analyze and produce relevant information can have a dramatic effect on the strength and overall strategy of your case. This link between how an organization governs its information and how well and quickly that organization will be able to navigate these stages of e-discovery is the reason that information governance (IG) is the first phase of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM).”

https://www.law.com/insidecounsel/2018/04/09/better-information-governance-means-better-e-discovery-outcomes-part-i-e-discovery-in-the-big-data-era/

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