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The Importance of Information Governance as Preparation for Successful E-Discovery The Archiving, Release and Destruction of Information: Part 4 of 4

The final installment of Bill Millican’s four-part series focused on how information governance leads to a more successful e-discovery process take a closer look at the critical step of information destruction.

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The Importance of Information Governance as Preparation for Successful E-Discovery When Using, Modifying, Storing and Retrieving Information: Part 3 of 4

Successful governance of information beyond just initial creation or ingestion is critical for keeping litigation and investigations both manageable and affordable.

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The Importance of Information Governance as Preparation for Successful eDiscovery – Part 2 of 4

Often we become so busy generating information that we do not take the time to examine how that process looks and how we can apply information governance principles from the very beginning. Today, more and more professionals are uniting in the belief that IG is the single most critical factor in maintaining control of big data.

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The Importance of Information Governance as Preparation for Successful E-Discovery

The first of a four-part series on the topic of how, and why, information governance can and should be used as preparation for success in e-discovery.

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Dealing with In-House Counsel Concerns Regarding the Management and Discovery of Electronic Data

What e-discovery and data management issues keep in-house counsel up at night? XDD’s Jordan Serum discusses four common concerns and how to address them.

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Data Retention Policies and Litigation Holds: More Than Just a Formality

Recent case illustrates the importance of properly managing electronic data through the implementation of strong data retention and litigation hold policies in order to avoid sanctions.

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Lessons from Brown v. Tellermate

In a recent judicial opinion, severe sanctions were imposed for the defendant not properly identifying and preserving cloud-based data which would have been important to the case. XDD’s Dave Jensen offers insight to what should be learned from the case.

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Doctors Who Text: Is This a HIPAA Violation?

If you are a health care provider and subject to HIPAA regulations, texting anything that includes protected health information (PHI) is a security concern.

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