The Journal of Corporate Renewal
Stakes Rise Over Debtors’ Duty to Preserve ESI
Obligations Arise When Litigation Is ‘Reasonably Anticipated’
For organizations considering filing for bankruptcy or those that have filed and are involved in related litigation, compliance with the duty to preserve electronically stored information now can present even greater challenges.
Inventing New Ways to Deploy Existing Technology
The proper use of technology can make the lives of professionals easier and more productive. And because technology is constantly evolving, new options for addressing everyday problems are certain to enter the marketplace in the near future.
VDR Use Increases as M&A Volume Grows
Web-based Tool Can Speed Up Legal, Financial Processes
Virtual data rooms (VDRs) are one technological tool that can help in managing administrative responsibilities in today’s complex corporate transactions.
An Empirical Database Approach to Assessing, Managing Liability
Adopting an empirical database approach to liability analysis and management can aid in developing legal strategy, underpin damages analysis with the support of a complete audit trail, benchmark settlement/trial strategy, and strengthen risk management.
Tenacious Collector Can Be Distressed Company’s Unsung Hero
All companies can apply tenacious collector methods to their receivables. But to cash-strapped firms with no revolving credit facility, failure to pursue this or some similar methodology can quickly start an irreversible downward spiral.