The paper document has not quite gone the way of the dodo bird–yet. But we’ve become so accustomed to digital documents that paper versions are often a rare find. The convenience and speed with which digital documents can be shared gives them a clear advantage over their paper counterparts.
Still, managing and archiving such Electronically Stored Information (ESI), is not without its issues–particularly when dealing with legal documents and addressing changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP).
Faced with ever-growing mountains of electronic documents, organizations must better handle the relevant information critical to their efforts while ensuring these documents—and their metadata–are preserved and easily accessible.
Understanding Litigation Rules and Regulations – The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Adapt to a Digital Age examines the tools needed to succeed in today’s demanding environment.
Read how a comprehensive, centralized review platform and standardized e-discovery approach can better enable FRCP compliance challenges while effectively managing the discovery lifecycle.