A solid legal hold process is the foundation of all your e-discovery efforts. After all, if your organization fails to preserve relevant electronically stored information, you're opening up the door for potential problems during litigation. While practitioners, vendors, and thought leaders can offer their opinions on what constitutes a defensible process, the courts are the ultimate authority who determine whether or not your process passes muster.
In this case law white paper, we look at six cases from the recent past that spell out the key elements of a defensible legal hold process. Download it today to learn:
- Why you need to be timely and specific
- Why collect-everything approaches aren't necessary
- What you're risking if you fail to show good faith
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