PHILADELPHIA, November 27, 2017: The industry-leading eData team at Morgan Lewis has released the 2017 edition of its eData Deskbook, an annotated best practices guide to electronic discovery and information governance.
The Deskbook includes guidance and best practices on topics ranging from information governance to preservation and collection to spoliation and electronic discovery sanctions.
“Discovery and information governance are fundamental to advising clients, and lawyers who combine a deep understanding of the law, rules and best practices with practical, sensible advice give their clients a significant advantage, in litigation and in business,” said Tess Blair, the guide’s editor and leader of the firm’s eData practice. “The eData Deskbook provides a practical reference for all lawyers responsible for litigation and information governance - outside and in-house counsel alike— who must be familiar with the rules, requisites and best practices applicable to eDiscovery as well as the particular information governance landscape of the clients they serve.”
The Morgan Lewis eData practice delivers innovation and efficiency across all of the discovery and information governance challenges our clients face. Using the best of technology and mobility, we have the global capacity to provide end-to-end discovery and information governance anywhere on the planet. Our unique hybrid team of lawyers and technologists serves clients across a wide range of industries and practice areas. Our mission is to combine great lawyering with technology and process to deliver real efficiency and value to clients.