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Today’s reality amidst the COVID-19 global pandemic is uncertain, even as we gear up towards a return to the new “normal.” Bars and restaurants are reopening, social gatherings are beginning again, and people are returning to work. But as companies move back into offices, or permanently transition to new remote modes, actions surrounding your information governance and e-discovery obligations need to be addressed more completely than ever.

Now is a critical time to assess what may have gone wrong in the way of information governance during such turmoil and how to right the ship by adhering to, and bolstering your existing information governance and e-discovery policies and procedures.

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