3 Responses to Growing Importance of Non-Litigation Services in Electronic Discovery Law

  1. I am in complete agreement. Using The Posse List … my e-discovery/litigation support job posting service with 55,000+ subscribers world-wide … as an indicator, over the last 2 years we have seen non-litigation e-discovery services job postings … what you quite properly call litigation readiness services … exceeding job postings on the litigation side. You are spot on … once again.

  2. Jason R Baron says:

    Ralph, thanks for those IGI mentions! Another terrific resource is The Sedona Conference® Commentary on Information Governance, freely available at Sedona’s website (www.thesedonaconference.org). The publication, edited by WG1 Chair Conor Crowley, provides 11 principles on IG practice that all organizations should strive to adhere to. Also, Sedona and ARMA are teaming up for an inaugural conference on IG, to be held at Amelia Island, Florida, April 14-15 2014, and I encourage readers of your column to consider attending.

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