As the amount of corporate litigation increases, the implementation of defensible, cost-effective and efficient e-disclosure practices becomes a key strategic task. In simple terms, e-disclosure is the process of collecting, preserving, searching and analysing electronic documents to facilitate disclosure in litigation and to enable review and disclosure in regulatory investigations and internal reviews.
However, there are significant challenges when implementing e-disclosure practices. As the use of technology continues to change the way we communicate, the volume of documents created every day is drastically increasing, with new data sources constantly being introduced.
Adopting technology to assist in fulfilling e-disclosure projects has created major benefits within e-disclosure, including methods for reducing and controlling spend— but technology creates its own set of challenges.
Exterro teamed up with Lexology to discuss six major e-disclosure challenges faced today, including:
- Regulatory changes
- Convergence of E-Disclosure and data privacy
- Increasing data volumes
- New data sources
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Exterro also ran a poll to ask industry professionals which of these six e-disclosure challenges was most concerning to them, right now. And the results were very interesting! As was the insight from some really great guest speakers, including:
- Jonathan Maas, a renowned e-disclosure veteran with more than three decades of high-level experience in both hard copy and electronic evidence.
- Tom Jackson, Senior Director at FTI Consulting within the Technology practice in London.
- Nina Bryant, Senior Director at FTI Consulting within the EMEA Information Governance, Privacy & Security Practice.
Click here to watch the presentation and learn more about the Biggest E-Disclosure Challenges That Organisations Face today.