Top 5 e-Discovery Bad Habits You Should Break, Part IIJune 4, 2014
Data Security for LawyersJune 25, 2014
Document preservation for discovery purposes can be one of the riskiest aspects of discovery. Most recent cases involving the destruction of electronically stored information, known as spoliation, resulted from a party’s negligent or willful failure to implement or enforce a proper litigation hold. Of course, sanctions for deletion of data can be harsh, expensive, and even case dispositive, whether the spoliation, or deletion of relevant data, was done intentionally or inadvertently.
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