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Published: 20 Oct 2012

Waste millions of dollars or start archiving The days are shorter and there's a chill in the air. What better time to curl up with a good book? Recently, "The Third Annual Litigation Trends Survey Findings" found its way onto my somewhat eclectic reading list. Those of you who prefer to see the movie may have a long wait, but this annual report from the international law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski offers some eye-opening facts for all of you who haven't implemented an archiving application yet. The report is based on a survey of 422 companies, including 311 in the U.S., that span a cross-section of all major verticals. It offers some impressive--and disturbing--details, such as that 23% of the companies surveyed report being involved with 50 or more lawsuits, which is more than twice the number from a year ago. On the flip side, in 2005, 25% of respondents said they didn't have to deal with any lawsuits, while this year that number dwindled to 11%. An even more staggering statistic is that 40% of companies said they were on the receiving end of at least ... Access >>>

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