Over 81% of enterprise companies report they are not well-prepared for eDiscovery, according to leading global law firm, Fullbright & Jaworski. As a result responsibility for managing discovery portfolios and implementing defensible processes increasingly rests with general counsel and IT professionals. However, approaches to creating a proactive strategy to address these challenges differ based on the various stages of organizational development, IT infrastructure and regulatory and litigation demands.
During this live webcast ESG Senior Analyst Brian Babineau will address these challenges and explore the necessary strategies and tactics companies need to take to implement information governance and discovery as an integrated critical business process.
Brian Babineau will explore approaches in the context of three examples, including:
- A rapidly growing West Coast software company needing new discovery protocols to bring its discovery process and budget under control
- A large Midwest manufacturer that requires a comprehensive discovery solution to effectively manage their email, automate policies and holds, and streamline early case assessment and review to reduce costs
- A large West Coast pharmaceutical company - under the threat of FDA compliance requirements – that needs to automate their retention policies and integrated early case assessment to slash costs for large numbers of investigations.
Iron Mountain Director David Bayer will then discuss Iron Mountain’s new Enterprise Discovery Suite to illustrate how customers can proactively take control of information governance and discovery