Outside Publication

Best Practices: Using Information Governance in the Discovery Process, The Legal Intelligencer

December 28, 2021

In The Legal Intelligencer, partners Tess Blair and Tara Lawler, along with associate William Childress, addressed the topic of Information Governance—one of “the most practical and rational ways an organization can impose reasonableness on the discovery process,” according to the authors.  A broad practice that determines the manner and means of organizing and managing an institution’s information throughout the course of business, in the article they described how Information Governance “yields many benefits, including enhancing an organization’s ability to secure and control its information; improving search, retrieval, use, and leverage of information; and reducing the proliferation of junk data that creates corrosive information noise throughout the business.”

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