EMEIA Fraud Survey 2017: Is workplace ethics taking a backseat in India?

Originally posted on Forensic Diaries: A Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Blog:
Uncertainties in the business environment, augmenting pressure to meet financial targets and aspirations to achieve unprecedented career growth are driving employees to justify unethical workplace behaviour, states EY’s Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey. The India findings of the survey titled…

Legal Sales Opportunities: NY, FL, NJ +

LSC’s Executive Recruiting Group is working on several searches for legal vendors, please see descriptions (and our contact info) below:   Sr. eDiscovery Account Executive New York, NY eDiscovery, Forensics, Review as well as full suite of lit support services *Base to $125K+ The legal solutions sales reps will focus on selling the firm’s entire…

Protecting the Fourteen Crown Jewels of the Sedona Conference in the Third Revision of its Principles

Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
Richard Braman (1953-2014) It is generally recognized that the crowning achievements of The Sedona Conference®, and its founder, Richard G. Braman (1953-2014), are the fourteen Sedona Principles and the Cooperation Proclamation. That makes the update to the Principles released March 31, 2017 so important. It is especially meaningful to the e-Discovery Team because…