By Helen Geib, QDiscovery
The Indianapolis Bar Association's new E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cybersecurity Section recently offered its first CLE, which also served to kick off an “eDiscovery 101” series. Jennifer Tudor Wright from Barnes & Thornburg LLP gave the main presentation, a thorough overview of litigation hold law and practice.
Many lawyers take a hands-off approach to litigation holds once the initial preservation letter has been issued. This is problematic as most clients lack the litigation know-how to effectively implement and document a hold. While primarily designed as a primer for less experienced eDiscovery practitioners, Wright’s presentation offered equal value as a refresher course.
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