In the wake of Zubulake, companies must show they have a defensible litigation hold process to avoid potential adverse inference issues over spoliated evidence. O365 does come packed with built-in discovery tools that you can use to jumpstart your discovery initiatives. However, these tools ultimately function best when paired with advanced hold and discovery programs.
Widespread remote workplaces present important challenges for eDiscovery that companies and in-house legal teams must now consider. Learn how you can tailor your eDiscovery strategies to navigate long-term work-from-anywhere policies.
A pending New York law would grant state residents the right to access, delete, and correct data that companies collect on them. And unlike the CCPA before it, this one has bite.
Learn how to manage ESI generated in Google Workspace, the eDiscovery capabilities available in Google Vault, and best practices in handling eDiscovery with Google data overall.
In more cases, across more practice areas, social media evidence is playing a critical role, but the best way to collect and preserve that evidence can vary significantly by platform. Find tips here.
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