Framework for Law Firm eDiscovery and Tactical Data Management Committee

A prudent measure for any law firm specializing in litigation is to maintain a standing committee on electronic discovery and tactical data management. The consequences of mismanaging electronically stored information (ESI) is ruinous for both the law firm and the client. The Committee enables the firm to create an internal knowledge base about the challenges posed by discovery information, and to educate litigation teams on mitigating those challenges.

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First Consider the Constitution

First, consider the Constitution. Judges, after all, must do more than merely consider it. They take an oath to uphold it. So any theory of judging must be measured against that foundational duty. Those who would have judges behave like legislators, imposing their moral convictions and utility calculi on others, face an uphill battle, reconciling their judicial philosophy with our founding document.

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Fewer Headaches for Big Pharma

As pharmaceutical companies operate in a continuous research and development environment, they encounter big data and information management challenges that hinders meeting deadlines and budgetary goals. For litigation readiness and to commercialize their intellectual property, pharmaceutical companies should utilize data management systems and eDiscovery technologies to securely preserve knowledge repositories and efficiently retrieve and present crucial evidence to get vindicated in a court of law.

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