Posted on: October 02, 2013in White Papers
Legal Hold and Data Preservation Best Practices
A Legal Hold Pro™ Signature Paper
This guide on “best practices” continues the goal of helping lead legal professionals on the path to excellence in legal holds and data preservation. Many organizations are working to instill sound data preservation processes and creating awareness internally among various groups of the importance of meeting the needs of the courts. However, few would rate themselves as achieving a level of excellence.
This Guide coalesces the discussions of some of the best minds in electronic discovery to discuss the Aristotelian Ideal of what litigation holds and data preservation can be, not necessarily what it is today.
The real opportunity is to take the concepts and apply them in your workplace to achieve the following:
- Be better and more confident at what you do.
- Reduce your risk.
- Lower your costs.
- Strengthen your leverage when litigating.
- Make your time more productive.
- Make your co-workers’ time more productive.
- Annoy the courts less.
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