This Guide on “best practices” continues the goal of helping lead legal professionals on the path to
excellence in legal holds and data preservation. Many organizations are working to instill sound data
preservation processes and creating awareness internally among various groups of the importance of
meeting the needs of the courts. However, few would rate themselves as achieving a level of excellence.
In the post-Pension Committee world, organizations are not asking “if” they need to preserve, but “how.” This book offers an in-depth
examination or the challenge of preservation and perspectives from 13 e-discovery luminaries with insight on what is needed.
Harris and Ken Rashbaum explore the unique challenges facing the health care industry which faces the explosion in electronic
Information at the same time as the courts are tightening up requirements on preservation.
A comprehensive summary of the opinion, an analysis of eight additional 2010 opinions, and 10 essays by luminaries in the e-discovery field.
"Spoliation Sanctions by Circuit" poster adapted from Judge Grimm's Victor Stanley II.
A fresh look at the legal hold process following Judge Scheindlin’s landmark ruling. Learn about the Five Deadly Sins of Legal
Holds and seven new Principles that will guide you on a better approach to preserving ESI.
The 14-page analysis was authored by Brad Harris and John Jablonski in an effort to interpret this landmark opinion and its
effects on the contemporary standard for legal hold processes.
Learn about common misconceptions about legal holds that could be putting your organization at risk.
LTN’s Monica Bay recaps a presentation by leading e-discovery experts, including U.S. Magistrate Judge James C. Francis, that looked closely at
the challenges of data preservation and what can be done to maintain a proportional response following a ‘trigger event.’
Brad Harris and David Cohen, a well-recognized expert in electronic discovery and Litigation Partner at Reed Smith, examine what
law firms need to focus on when working with clients on preservation efforts.
Charlotte Riser Harris, Hess Corp., and Brad Harris team up to help in-house legal teams adapt to the latest preservation standards.
Brad Harris and Ron Hedges, a former United States Magistrate Judge, collaborate to detail the standards that the courts expect
and break down the various points where opinions were different to better understand the current state of preservation.
Brad Harris and Craig Ball propose a new approach to legal holds for GCs that embodies a holistic approach that offers an
enlightened path that will help in-house teams successfully meet the new, higher expectations of the courts.
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