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With most information now stored electronically, businesses face new challenges in the discovery of electronic information in litigation and in the management of the large volume of data stored within their organizations.
With most information now stored electronically, businesses face new challenges in the discovery of electronic information in litigation and in the management of the large volume of data stored within their organizations. They have to manage where and how electronic information is stored and implement and follow information governance programs to comply with legal obligations regarding discovery in litigation and the security and privacy of customer and employee data.
FMG’s Data Security, Privacy & Technology practice group advises and represents clients in all aspects of electronic discovery and information governance. We provide counsel on eDiscovery issues including pre-litigation preparedness and the preservation, collection, review, and production of electronic information in litigation, as well as information governance issues related to data security, privacy and records management. Our multi-disciplinary team of attorneys help clients meet these legal obligations while at the same time managing costs and facing the realities of and need for the continued operation of your business. Our attorneys also help clients develop data preservation, document retention, and information technology usage policies, including privacy and information security plans. We also provide workplace training and help coordinate the work of computer forensic investigations and other technology experts and vendors.