eDiscovery – Making Life Easier For Legal & IT Departments
Jeff Labhaun – Waterford Technologies
Years ago, when we started discussing the disconnect between IT and legal departments, people were surprised that I had the audacity to even bring it up. At trade shows and in client account conversations I would simply ask what level of cohesion there was between the two groups as an informal polling. The typical answer was, “Everything is great; we never talk to each other.” So, that means there’s no disconnect then? It’s like a friend of mine told me about fighting with his wife, “The less we talk, the less we fight”. Sure, sounds like a good plan buddy.
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The need to be able to locate email data for priority purposes has never been greater. Many organisations now have in place an e-discovery portal allowing them to meet their requirements in this area whether that is down to obligations they may have under directives such as Freedom of Information or from a best practice aspect. Through email archiving firms can capture, store & retrieve all email data.
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Electronic discovery can be defined as the obligation of parties to a lawsuit to produce electronic documents pertaining to the lawsuit. Email is often one of the most important piece of evidence in legal actions for a number of reasons.
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