Ephemeral Messaging: Balancing the Benefits and RisksJune 8, 2020
Court Requires Production of Filepath Metadata, Spotlights Importance of eDiscovery ExpertsJune 23, 2020
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Art of the Litigation Hold
Most lawyers know that relevant evidence must be preserved for litigation, but surprisingly few have implemented an effective litigation hold process. Without a workable approach to litigation holds, the entire discovery process is subject to collapse, leaving organizations vulnerable to data loss and court sanctions. To reverse this trend, lawyers must spearhead among their clients and within their firms the development of a defensible hold process.
Topics covered include:
- The basic requirements for establishing a defensible litigation hold process,
- The state of the law on litigation holds in 2020, including the judiciary’s expectation for how litigants should preserve new and dynamic sources of relevant information, and
- Tips for successfully satisfying the duty to preserve relevant information.