Why Information Governance Is More Important Than Ever

By Linda Sharp (December 14, 2017, 1:02 PM EST) -- A lot has changed in corporate law over the past couple of decades of the Information Age. It used to be that hiring a good law firm was the single most important thing a company could do when facing litigation. However, you could now make a good case that the balance has shifted and that an organization's most powerful asset in prosecuting or defending a claim is its information. Let me explain.

In the world of litigation we work to hire the right firm, spending time interviewing and selecting the best attorney for the job. I'm not saying that it's a...

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