Much like ILTA>ON, the challenges that law departments and other legal professionals face with regard to how they manage their data are ongoing. The virtual conference rounded out another day of sessions on Thursday afternoon with “Case Studies in Modern Information Governance” where panelists examined how technology could be leveraged to both fortify and exploit data.

Oddly enough, the beginning of a successful data strategy may start with setting an endpoint. Ricelle San Juan, manager of information governance at PricewaterhouseCoopers, pointed out that the days of legal departments allowing projects to exist in a sort of limbo with no end date in sight are a thing of the past. When projects have no clearly defined finish line, the associated data often lingers on indefinitely.

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