IPRO’s Top eDiscovery and Information Governance Articles of 2020
2020 was a year to remember (or maybe forget), but there was still so much happening in the world of eDiscovery and Information Governance, and the IPRO Newsroom was there to cover it. Here are the top 10 articles of 2020!
- IPRO Announces the Acquisition of NetGovern, Driving Innovation Across Information Governance & eDiscovery
Read how joining these two global companies and their technologies will provide the most innovative workflow in the legal industry, extending across the entire Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) from Information Governance, to In-Place Early Data Assessment, through eDiscovery and beyond.
It seems like ages since any of us were at a live event, but 2020 started with LegalWeek NY and IPRO was there to report on lots of great content.
There has been a lot of talk about Zoom this year, and IPRO was one of the first to unpack eDiscovery considerations around the video conferencing platform back in March.
With the COVID 19 pandemic, many legal teams leveraged eDiscovery services to get the job done, showing why a hybrid approach of services and software continues to be a trend.
Doug Austin, editor of eDiscovery Today, wrote this excellent 6-part series about the Information Governance Reference Model. This entry on Legal Stakeholders was the most read, but be sure to read them all!
Some aspects of a successful team aren’t measurable, but many of them are. That’s why more and more legal teams are tracking and measuring KPIs to gain efficiencies and reduce costs.
Periodically, it’s a good idea to reassess your SWOT analysis and update as appropriate to address changing environmental opportunities and threats. And with the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on so many businesses, there has never been a better time to consider updating your SWOT analysis – or creating one in the first place if you didn’t already have one.
- How Case Managers Bridge the Gap Between eDiscovery Software & Services: An Interview with Lori Bregenzer
This is a great interview with eDiscovery veteran and IPRO Case Manager, Lori Bregenzer, where she talks about her experience helping legal teams bridge the gap by leveraging eDiscovery services.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is now being enforced, and with that more and more data compliance issues will arise for legal teams. This article takes a look at how the automotive industry and started to address data concerns.
It’s always important to see how the courts are ruling on issues around the eDiscovery process. In the end, judges often point back to the need for collaboration between all the parties.