Like it or not, at some point your organization will probably face litigation. Don’t wait until you are in the midst of eDiscovery to find out there are gaping holes in your information governance (IG) program. IG is an overarching and coordinating strategy for all of your organization’s information throughout the information lifecycle, and that means it must take into account the likelihood of litigation and eDiscovery.
Join our panel as we explore how effective IG can minimize the business disruption and reduce the risks and costs associated with eDiscovery and how identification of IG gaps during eDiscovery can be leveraged to take your IG program to the next level.
Head of eDiscovery & Information Governance, United States, CIPP/E | Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
Tara S. Lawler
Partner, eData Practice Group | Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP
Manager of Content Development | ARMA International
Chief Technology Officer | NetGovern