It’s time for the law community to take over the management of information

By Emma Cueto (June 21, 2022, 12:51 p.m. EDT) — As changes in technology and lawyer work habits create new challenges for document and information management, many mid-law firms should thinking more proactively about information governance, including how they can overcome the difference in resources compared to BigLaw, experts say.

Information governance, which involves policies relating to the collection and storage of documents, digital data and other records generated by an organization, is an increasingly demanding task, especially as lawyers began to rely more and more on written means of communication such as email and employee chat. functions to collaborate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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