The EDRM is both a framework for approaching the ediscovery process, from preservation to presentation, and a community of ediscovery thought leaders.
We define preservation, covering what, why, and when parties must preserve ESI for discovery — and the sanctions for spoliation if they don’t.
Corporate legal teams have often struggled with the collections “black box.” Here are ways to gain visibility, reduce costs, and design easier processes.
A few simple steps while you are creating your legal holds can drive custodian compliance and reduce confusion later. Here are actionable hold best practices.
Preservation of evidence is a critical element of litigation. The general preservation obligation arises from the common-law duty to avoid spoliation (loss or destruction) of…
In this claim for injuries sustained during a boat cruise, the court began its opinion by noting that “a picture is worth a thousand words.”…