In the final installment of my three-part blog series covering Lighthouse’s recent Antitrust Leadership Panel on the issues and strategies surrounding second requests, I will highlight the panel’s proposed solutions on how we can evolve for the future, specifically surrounding the role of technology as presented in the first blog, and toward reducing the time and cost of second requests as highlighted in the second blog.
Second requests…mountains of overwhelming data that must be collected, processed, and produced into a relevant and responsive set of information in a restricted time frame determined by statutory guidelines and the antitrust agencies. Have I said enough to induce alarm and/or panic?
So, you’re facing the complexities of a large-volume, high-stakes, short-deadline second request and wondering if a technology-savvy strategy can save the day? Culling a massive store of data while under a strict time frame is a huge undertaking, especially when you’re dealing with a second request and a corporate merger is on the line.
In honor of International Women’s Day 2019, Lighthouse highlighted a few female thought leaders who are changing the game in the ediscovery, compliance, and information governance space. Check out our featured ladies below and discover what they are doing to lead change as well as some of their key tips for success:
When a lawsuit is filed or you receive a subpoena or notice of government investigation, one of the first things on your “to do” list should be the preservation of potentially relevant documents and evidence. In terms of litigation, this duty arises when a lawsuit is reasonably anticipated. Waiting to preserve evidence until after a lawsuit is filed can have serious negative consequences, especially if information is lost. Failure to preserve evidence when you have a duty to do so is called spoliation, and can result in additional...