Many corporate law departments faced with litigation or government investigations are told it is a "bet the company" event and thus no effort should be spared to defend the organization. In the world of electronic discovery, this has translated into legal and service provider bills in the millions of dollars. Yet there is a difference between spending resources on necessary tasks in a strategic fashion and handing blank checks to law firms, consultants and other service providers to defend of your kingdom. Here are five suggestions for organizations in crisis to best manage their resources and avoid waste in e-discovery. [MORE]
5 Tips to Handle E-Discovery in a Crisis
February 11, 2013
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