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E-Discovery Preservation Approaches: Any Way You Want It

Learn about the three primary approaches to preserve data in e-discovery and which best fits your company’s needs.

Created on November 20, 2013

In e-discovery there are three primary ways to preserve data:(1) self preservation,(2) in-place preservation and (3) preservation via data collection. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach, organizations typically employ one or more approaches depending on the nature of the case, defensibility requirements and available resources.

In this on-demand webcast, panelists review all three preservation approaches and discuss why one or combination of the three may be better suited for some organizations and cases than others.

Learn:

  • The pros and cons of the three differing preservation approaches
  • What technology and IT resources are needed to support each approach
  • How technology can support a flexible, “Any Way You Want It"
  • preservation process

~ Select Clients ~

Allstate
Statoil
AOL
JP Morgan Chase
Nike
Citgo
Target
United Health
Microsoft
Metlife
Marathon
Starbucks
AstraZeneca
Visa
Oracle
DOJ
Kroger
American Express
Lockheed Martin
Allergan
New York Life
Intel
Golden Living
Hanover Insurance
Consolidated Edison Company (Con-Ed)
Supervalu
Los Alamos National Lab
Washingon AGO
Juniper Networks
Boeing
Corvel
Trinity
American Airlines
Lifepoint Hospitals
Fidelity
Columbia Pipeline Group
Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA)
State Compensation Insurance Fund
The AES Corporation
Stryker Corporation
South Carolina Ports Authority