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Reducing the Cost of E-Discovery and Digital Forensics through RIM
09-15-2009 - Dr. Gavin W. Manes
American Records Management Association, Tulsa Chapter
Many companies are beginning to recognize the usefulness and relevance of records management systems for their electronic and paper documents. However, the Records and Information Management (RIM) audit process can be implemented for an additional use: litigation preparedness. Document production during the discovery portion of legal proceedings is both critical and complex, and missteps can lead to undesirable verdicts and potentially large settlements. Lessons from RIM audit practices can be applied to create an affordable, simple way to maintain control over thousands of documents for both corporate and legal purposes.