We have seen such a surge in requests for best-practices in records management in response to corporate law suits and Governmental regulation (SOX), we've commissioned a consortium benchmarking project on the topic (http://www.apqc.org/studies).
It seems there are many organizations out there trying to figure out how to get their hands around managing all of the information within their organization to ensure they can adequately respond to law suits and requests from the Government. How much is enough to have "responded"? How much is too much? How do you balance the request with the cost or impact to the organization? How do you minimize the cost of "eDiscovery"?
Let me know your thoughts. If you feel your organization may be best practice, we'd love to screen you for this project, as well.