Tagged with: Data Preservation
Why it's Crucial to Have a Corporate Mobile Device Policy
The more we rely on mobile devices as vehicles for business communications and entertainment, the more data we create and consume. For every additional bit and byte that is born in the ether, there is a heightened chance that the information will become fodder for eDiscovery. Despite this...
Data Reuse in eDiscovery: 4 Questions to Help Start Your Policy
The subject of reusing data by organizations that are involved in serial litigation is a popular topic of discussion, and often is seen as ideal, if not often practiced. It is more of a necessity these days because organizations are doubling their data footprint annually, resulting in billions being...
7 Best Practices for a Defensible Legal Hold Process
Legal holds may be issued in a wide variety of circumstances including actual, imminent, or anticipated government investigations. Obvious situations arise when notice is received, when a government agency files notice, restatement of public companies earnings or when similar circumstances within the corporation or business have previously led to legal...
How Data Repurposing Can Lower the Cost of Discovery
Welcome to the 21st Century: the age of exponentially increasing data volumes, both national and international data managed by global corporations, reluctance to delete, and reaction to litigation, government investigations, and internal audits. All this, and more, resulting in ever increasing eDiscovery budgets. So, what can we do to...
How to Handle Salesforce ESI Discovery Requests
Did you just a get a request to preserve ESI in Salesforce (“SFDC”) and you’re wondering what to do? Do you call Salesforce and ask them to preserve and send a copy of your information? Would you call Mark Zuckerberg if you had to preserve Facebook posts? T...
Having a Solid Litigation Response Plan May Prevent Sanctions
This article was originally published on The Daily Record. When does the destruction of email messages of a named plaintiff by the defendant’s IT department lead to sanctions? Apparently not in the matter of Auffarth v. Herald Natl. Bank (Supreme Court of New York, New York County), where th...
4 Things to Consider about iPhone OS for an MDM Policy
As consumer technology continues to infiltrate the corporate working environment, a proper information governance strategy is paramount to ensure that valuable business information is retained while stale data is purged to reduce legal and regulatory risk exposure. Popular mobile devices all have unique operating systems - providing...
The Failure to Issue a Legal Hold Can Cause a Case to Crash and Burn
This blog was written by Sarena Regazzoni and originally published on Zapproved.com Bruner v. Am. Honda Motor Co. No. 1:15-00499-N, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 62810 (S.D. Ala. May 12, 2016). Where a defendant had never initiated a legal hold and had been continuously deleting e-mails since litigation began, the court gr...
How to Handle Metadata with Care and Avoid Spoliation Sanctions
When it’s absolutely necessary to preserve metadata, and I assume if you are reading this it most likely is, then one should take care. We have shown that moving a file, emailing a file and even opening a file has the potential to change both File System and Application le...
5 Cases that Highlight the Challenges of Mobile Device Preservation
This post summarizes five recent judicial experiences littered with examples of litigants grappling with issues of mobile device preservation. As mobile device usage and capabilities increase, the importance of the ever-slimmer gadgets as potential sources of electronically stored information (ESI) becomes undeniable. The more we rely on these accessories as v...
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