Anticipation of Litigation Advisor
October 31, 2019
WHO OWNS AN EMPLOYEE'S MOBILE DEVICE DATA?
When something big or bad has happened, who owns your employees’ mobile device data? The answer is somewhat complicated. First, the question is not necessarily who owns the device/data but whether a person or organization to which a document request is levied possesses, has custody of, or controls the device/data. See Rule 34, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (and state counterparts). (Click here to read more.)
INFORMATION GOVERNANCE: THE KEY
TO SURVIVING AND LIMITING COSTS IN E-DISCOVERY
“A lack of planning on your part does not necessitate an emergency on mine.” You may have heard that saying before. Unfortunately, it simply is not true in the world of e-discovery. The failure to plan on the front end often creates emergencies of all kinds for a company. If a company’s data is not properly managed and organized, a request for production can become needlessly chaotic, expensive, time-consuming, and exhausting to respond to. To prevent these emergencies, companies adopt information governance policies. (Click here to read more.)