Legal holds and preservation are the hot topic at most of the electronic discovery conferences these days. When faced with anticipated or pending litigation or government investigations, corporations have an obligation to preserve potentially relevant evidence, specifically preventing spoliation or the willful or inadvertent destruction or alteration of relevant documents.
What are the legal requirements associated with preserving documents required for e-discovery? How do these requirements differ from those that would normally take place during the regular course of business? Why is this important to IT staff?
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