In the second article of our three-part series, we cover the crucial steps in the collection process that, if successfully implemented, can have a significant impact on the outcome of a case.
Our first article discussed how to prepare an effective and repeatable litigation hold plan. Now that the litigation hold has been issued, the task of identifying and collecting what oftentimes is a massive amount of data is at hand. As with implementing the hold itself, it's crucial to document the company's "good deeds." The company must be able to show the court the steps it's taken to identify, collect, preserve, and maintain data subject to the hold.
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