For many organizations, litigation is a fact of day-to-day life. Being prepared can be a challenge, but being unprepared can be a disaster.
Mining the textual warehouses of organizations in preparation for legal challenges has become more complicated thanks (or no thanks) to the onslaught of electronically created and stored information, instant messages, mobile devices and social content.
Legal review is a different animal. E-discovery blends human review with textual analysis to find and deliver the documents that apply, with the highest level of probability, to the case at hand.
At the same time, avoiding inadvertent "leakage" of information that shouldn't be revealed is just as important. It might be one of the last remaining areas in information management where the "human element" still plays a major role in a positive outcome.
How well you manage all that can make the difference in a make-or-break legal disposition. You can learn about the best practices and logical next steps by attending this special one-hour live, interactive Web event: