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When internal investigations are launched or a law enforcement warrant is issued, some corporations go into panic mode to find where relevant data resides. While a remote work environment may also further exacerbate information governance challenges, that doesn’t always need to be the case, according to the “When an Investigation Hits: Strategies for Effective and Rapid Resolution When Your Team is Remote” panel during the Legalweek(year) 2021 conference.

Panelists noted that preparedness is crucial for effective response to investigations. But drafting an information governance and investigation policy aren’t the only steps for preparation. Instead, enforcing the policy and routinely assessing employees’ data sharing is also critical to quickly and efficiently responding to an investigation.

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Victoria Hudgins

I am a reporter for Legaltech News, where I cover national and international cyber regulations and legal tech innovations and developments.

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