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HR.BLR.com: eDiscovery 101 for Human Resources

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Originally published by HR.BLR.com. By Rene Novoa, senior manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics In today’s digital world, it’s increasingly common for businesses to go “paperless.” Oftentimes, the conversion to digital includes documentation prepared and maintained by human resource (HR) departments. These documents could include everything from handbooks and company policies to employee reviews and … Continue reading HR.BLR.com: eDiscovery 101 for Human Resources

Hidden Gold in Governance

Originally published by California Lawyer. by Susan Kuchinskas | May 2015 The discipline known as information governance has risen in visibility and application over the past year. And the bigger a law firm is, the more data it generates and stores-and must control and keep safe. Smaller firms may have more difficulty than larger ones in … Continue reading Hidden Gold in Governance