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Category: Electronic Disclosure
29 October, 2012
Upon receiving an e-disclosure request, it is important that companies deploy the relevant tools quickly and efficiently.
This is the opinion of Martin Coleman, global antitrust head at Norton Rose, who has spoken to The Lawyer about how antitrust regulations are affecting companies.
He explained that technology can play a key role when there are accusations that staff have been involved in a cartel.
Once suspicions are aroused, a dawn raid or information request from an authority will often follow.
"In both cases the most important evidence that the authorities will want to see is contemporaneous documents that back up oral statements," Mr Coleman told the news provider.
Quickly deploying disclosure tools can help companies find incriminating information swiftly and enable firms to understand "the extent of the potential infringement".
Legal technologies can also help lawyers find alternative ways to defend a case in a swift manner, thanks to new developments that streamline the process, such as the assignment of probability ratings to documents, indicating how relevant they may be.
Electronic Disclosure– Kroll Ontrack has the technological strength, expertise, and commitment to ensure your success in managing small e-disclosure projects as well as large volumes of electronic evidence legally, accurately and cost-effectively.