eDiscovery Response Planning: A Guide for Corporate Legal Departments
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eDiscovery Response Planning: A Guide for Corporate Legal Departments includes:
• Detailed pointers for assessing an organization's state of litigation readiness
• Perspectives on how to make the needed cultural changes in the organization
• Suggestions on how to build a discovery response team (DRT)
eDiscovery Response Planning: A Guide for Corporate Legal Departments will help you:
• Learn how to find the gaps in the organization's current processes
• Showcase how to get "buy-in" from organizational leadership and move all within the organization toward understanding and accepting litigation readiness as an important priority
• Become ready to respond to the organization's discovery demands during each phase of discovery with focused, prepared individuals and clearly defined responsibilities
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 A Framework for Litigation Readiness
CHAPTER 2 A Business Process for Litigation Readiness
CHAPTER 3 Assessment, Part I: Introspection and Hard Questions
CHAPTER 4 Assessment, Part II: Internalizing Introspection-Metrics, Gaps, and Assimilation
CHAPTER 5 Process of Planning Precedes Permanence of Plan-aka Change Management
CHAPTER 6 The Discovery Response Process and Plan
CHAPTER 7 Discovery Response Legal and Operational Leadership
CHAPTER 8 Implementing and Embedding the Discovery Response Plan
CHAPTER 9 Litigation Readiness: Gateway to Information Governance Nirvana