The preservation process may just be the most important stage of the e-discovery process, as it is the foundation of everything that follows. There can be no collection, review, or production of relevant information if your organization failed to preserve it in the first place. But unlike the other stages of e-discovery, there isn’t a clearly indicated starting point—just an obligation to preserve once there is “a reasonable anticipation of litigation.”
Fortunately, there are resources available, like this one, to help you ensure that your preservation processes meet the expectations of the court. With case law outlining the broad strokes of what is required, supplemented by best practices from experienced e-discovery practitioners and effective legal hold technology, you can get to the facts of the matter in a quick, efficient, and defensible manner.
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- Practical definitions and best practices for preserving electronically stored information (ESI)
- Baseline requirements for your legal hold process
- Preservation challenges and ways to overcome them
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