E-discovery: Six Critical Steps for Managing E-mail, Lowering Costs, and Reducing Risk

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Litigators and regulators are aware of the importance of e-mail, often making it the first target and most significant of discovery efforts. Typically, discovery costs make up at least 50 percent of litigation costs, and most discovery efforts and costs relate to e-mail and e-discovery. Learn why many current e-mail archiving policies don’t work, and what you should be doing to improve your company’s records management.

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