Posted on: March 23, 2017in White Papers
Beginner’s Guide to Litigation Response Planning and Execution
Regardless of your organization’s size, having some litigation capability in-house can make financial and operational sense – and that includes defining a litigation response plan. Through its creation, you’ll help to mitigate the risk of increased case costs, lost time, and lost data.
Our Guide to Litigation Response Planning gives you a head start by helping to develop your resources in advance to prevent the headaches that arise from the need to scramble and the bottlenecks that accompany it.
Whether you've been meaning to get started with your own response plan - or you've been meaning to refresh the one you already have - this guide can help you through the process.
Download the guide and learn:
- How to identify your legal hold triggers
- Who to involve in your internal response team
- Standard workflow steps
- What to include in your data map
- Best practices for implementing legal holds
- Tips for interviewing custodians
In the end, you'll have the foundation to create a defensible and repeatable litigation response plan.
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