Re: Documentation Issues: Lawsuits, Regulatory Actions
Can anyone point me to any articles that mention organizations whose documentation (poor quality, inaccuracies, out-of-date, etc.) caused them to be involved in a lawsuit or a regulatory compliance issue?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions (URLs) you might be able to provide.
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