April 23, 2014

What Does Information Governance Mean to an E-Discovery Lawyer?


Washington, D.C. of counsel Jason R. Baron presented at ARMA NNJ's April 23rd meeting in our Florham Park office. Jason's presentation was titled “What Does Information Governance Mean to an E-Discovery Lawyer?” and explored how powerful new analytical tools can be useful in a variety of legal contexts, and how lawyers can add value to IG projects.

Information governance is the new “black” In the wake of the landmark lawsuit, Da Silva Moore v Publicus Groupe, out of the Southern District of New York in 2012, lawyers across the U.S. are waking up to the fact that “predictive coding” and other smart analytics have been judicially blessed for e-discovery. But what does this mean for the larger world of issues lawyers and their corporate clients confront in a world of big data?

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