Tagged with: Litigation Readiness
ESI Data Mapping Basics for eDiscovery
What is data mapping? A data map is a comprehensive and defensible inventory of a corporation’s IT systems that store information, which may be relevant to litigation and other proceedings. Creating your data map is only one small step you should take when defensibly preparing fo...
Beginner’s Guide to Litigation Response Planning and Execution
Regardless of your organization’s size, having some litigation capability in-house can make financial and operational sense – and that includes defining a litigation response plan. Through its creation, you’ll help to mitigate the risk of increased case costs, lost time, and lost data. Our Guide to Litigation Response Planning gives...
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...
Legal Hold Triggers: When Should You Document Your Reasonable Anticipation of Litigation?
When our corporate clients ask us to help with litigation response planning or legal hold protocols, one of the questions we ask is whether for any particular dispute they document their expectation of litigation. Here are some typical responses: "There is not always consensus that we have a reasonable expectation...
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...
Guide to Litigation Readiness: How to Create a Defensible Plan
Part of the buzz at #ILTACON 2016 was how much legal work is moving in-house from outside counsel. Companies that have occasional or even frequent risk of litigation can easily outsource their work. But many companies are seeing increasing need to respond to government inquiries and to conduct their own internal...
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Posted October 26, 2017
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Posted October 20, 2017
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Posted October 12, 2017
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Posted October 05, 2017
Raising Objections to the Format of ESI Productions: Do it Early and Do it Clearly
Posted September 27, 2017
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Posted September 22, 2017
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