Armed with new technologies, regulators are getting more skilled at pinpointing corporate high-risk behavior and potential infractions. But with the right amount of preparation and compliance tools, companies can position themselves to weather any investigation. Within limit, that is.

The exact demands of the investigations, after all, can vary greatly depending on the investigatory agency and the type of action at hand. And nowhere is more apparent than in the area of e-discovery, where differing expectations for preservation, production and processing cofound many in-house teams.

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