Evidence Avalanche Prompts Less-Is-More Pivot By U.S. Prosecutors – Corporate Crime

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Nate Mendell spoke up Bloomberg law about Justice Department officials campaigning for evidence gathering while prosecutors struggle to sift through vast amounts of electronic data uncovered in corporate crime investigations.

“Limiting the amount of evidence collected is a crude way of addressing information overwhelming,” Nate said. “But it usually leads to more effective investigation and prosecution.”

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Originally published by Bloomberg Law

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