Technology: Corporate governance meets information governance

Implement integrated practices to support business efficiencies and enhance litigation and investigation response readiness

What practices can your company implement to facilitate efficient business processes and corporate oversight while also maximizing its ability to quickly and defensibly respond to discovery requests that extend to board information? As you assess current practices and perhaps consider ways to improve them, the following are some questions and tips to help navigate the intersection of corporate governance and information governance in the electronic age.

How does your board receive information necessary to discharge its oversight duties?

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John D. Martin

John D. Martin is a litigation partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, and the practice leader for the Firm’s...

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Renee S. Dankner

Renee S. Dankner is of counsel to Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, and head of client relations for Nelson Mullins...

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