E-Discovery Challenge Moves to C-Suite

E-Discovery Challenge Moves to C-Suite

Whether information exists in a hard copy format or is electronically stored, it is subject to discovery in litigation. When responding to discovery requests, the ability to locate and retrieve information becomes critical. At the same time, advances in technology have substantially increased the volume of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and have affected how this information is created, preserved and stored. Despite the technical challenges of format, condition, and the manner or location in which the information is stored, ESI contains unique characteristics that provide valuable evidence beyond the actual file contents, such as who knew what when (e.g., the names of contributors and the dates of creation, modification and most recent viewing).

 

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