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Does Preservation = Suspending Disposition?

Alternatively, when a legal hold is issued, a firm has an obligation to preserve any relevant materials related to the discovery request

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Slides for "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years"

Planning Information Governance and Litigation Readiness from rmedinaslideshare Here are the slides for "Information Governance: Planning for the Next 3 Years" , the talk I gave at the AIIM-Wisconsin/ Milwaukee Bar Association 6th Annual Electronic Discovery Conference

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Where Does all the Blog and Wiki Content Go?

I was at a conference recently, and an assistant general counsel was asked about his organization’s discovery process as it relates to social media team sites hosted internally for client project teams. He answered, “We love them, because it makes discovery easy

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It’s a Matter of "primae impressionis"

I send interesting electronic records decisions to my Chiefs Trinity which is comprised of my Chief Information Officer (CIO), Chief Security Officer (CSO), and Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Last week I sent my CIO, “O’Neill v. City of Shoreline, 2010 WL 3911347 (Wash. Oct. 7,...

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Technology Vendors, RM and IT: Collaborate to Ensure that Electronic Records Management Requirements are Met

For example: Organizations want to move into a digital environment for their official records Many electronic records were "born electronic" and have no hard-copy counterpart A wider scope of electronic data is expected to be produced during legal discovery than in the past More and more data is being moved into and managed “in the cloud,” A broad range of social and mobile technology that houses data is being utilized by businesses and Service offerings for electronic communication and for document and data storage have, in many instances, merged

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What is a Record? The Old Rules No longer Apply

E-Discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure tell us that ALL electronic information that is available to a litigation is discoverable

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The Information Media Continuum

If these informal systems are responsible for “recordkeeping” activities, they must also be queried during attempts to respond to litigation-initiated discovery requests

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