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Looking Beyond Electronic Discovery for the Public Sector

How the Lessons from E-Discovery Should Shape Public Sector Records Retention and Destruction Policies

November 5, 2009

November 5, 2009

This seminar was designed to help clients become acquainted with the dynamics of e-discovery and how these dynamics should influence the way companies manage information.

Key Highlights:
  • How the need to collect, search and produce electronically stored information (ESI) has changed the way cases are litigated
  • How the failure to preserve and produce relevant ESI in litigation can have disastrous consequences
  • Why the lessons learned from litigation suggest the need to develop effective information management policies
  • How the demands of E-Discovery interact with records retention requirements, FOIA and other statutory and regulatory requirements
  • What are the best practices for records retention and destruction policies

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