A company that implements a retention policy and conducts annual audits against it can rest easy, right? Not if the retention policy is not squared with IT's data management system, writes Waller's H
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
You have a retention policy. You train your employees on the policy. You have annual audits. You can rest easy, right? Not necessarily, if your data retention policy is not squared with your IT depar
What you toss may be more important than what you keep
...University of Waterloo professor Gordon Cormack, using data from the Text Retrieval Conference Legal Track, concluded that "technology-assisted review can (and does) yield...
...University of Pittsburgh. E-discovery procedures could also derive from the Sedona Conference series' Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention and Production, Logan...
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