Managing electronic data for litigation and regulatory readiness

Litigation readiness survey

Understanding how companies are managing their litigation readiness as well as obtain accurate and insightful information about how companies are able to locate data, sift through it and obtain what they need in order to respond to requests for electronic information.

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In an environment of continuing growth in litigation worldwide, and the expansion of business regulation and enforcement actions globally, it is essential that companies are adequately prepared to respond to requests for the disclosure of electronic data. In the absence of appropriate systems, processes and controls, companies run the risk of fines, heavy litigation costs and damage to their reputation.

This new report seeks to better understand how companies are managing their litigation readiness as well as obtain accurate and insightful information about how companies are able to locate data, sift through it and obtain what they need in order to respond to requests for electronic information. 

This survey of General Counsel, Compliance and Risk officers shows that although more than 70 percent of respondents have processes and systems in place to manage litigation and regulatory requests, there remain several opportunities for improvement that would help companies execute eDiscovery in a more efficient and cost-effective manner. 

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