In This Issue:
- The Duty to Preserve
..What triggers the duty to preserve?
..Who has a duty to preserve?
..What is the scope of the duty to preserve?
- Litigation Hold Notices
In this presentation:
- Considerations Regarding Process for Updating Bylaws
- Common Bylaw Pitfalls
- Provision-By-Provision Guide
- Special Topic – Chapter...more
Litigants in all industries, including construction, have to deal with electronic documents. Collecting, processing, reviewing and producing these documents involves substantial expenditures of time, manpower and money, often...more
Are you being served? (A check list of steps for defendants in employment cases to take at the beginning of a lawsuit.)
The purpose of this article is to provide a checklist of steps to take at the beginning of a state...more
Companies that have existed for any period of time can be overwhelmed by the volume of documents they create. The amount of material and data have grown exponentially in the last few decades with the expansion of...more
Globalization and international trade bring European corporations and affiliates into contact with US markets. This may lead to US litigation, which differs significantly from litigation in most other countries of the world....more
If you are involved in litigation, you have a duty to preserve all documents and data that could be relevant to the litigation. The duty to preserve evidence begins as soon as litigation is “reasonably anticipated.” That...more
Employers in two recent EEOC cases were sanctioned by federal courts for destroying employee records. These rulings illustrate the need for employers to develop and implement document retention procedures to avoid costly...more
A recent decision out of the Northern District of Illinois serves as an important reminder to all counsel relying on e-discovery vendors....more