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Evidence Avalanche Prompts Less-Is-More Pivot by U.S. Prosecutors

Bloomberg Law

15 Jun 2022

Nate Mendell spoke to Bloomberg Law about U.S. Department of Justice officials advocating for targeted evidence gathering as prosecutors are struggling to pore through massive amounts of electronic data they uncover during corporate crime investigations.

“Limiting how much evidence you collect is a crude way to address the problem of overwhelming amounts of information,” Nate said. “But it usually yields a more effective investigation and prosecution.”

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