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Litigation Holds - Tips to Remember

Published Mon, December 05, 2016 by Erich Potter

When a lawsuit is filed or you receive a subpoena or notice of government investigation, one of the first things on your “to do” list should be the preservation of potentially relevant documents and evidence. In terms of litigation, this duty arises when a lawsuit is reasonably anticipated. Waiting to preserve evidence until after a lawsuit is filed can have serious negative consequences, especially if information is lost. Failure to preserve evidence when you have a duty to do so is called spoliation, and can result in additional...

eDiscovery 101

Published Fri, April 01, 2016 by Marc Eisner, J.D., PMP

Lighthouse has received a number of requests for an ediscovery 101 primer. In this blog, I will cover some of the fundamental aspects of ediscovery for those of you who are new to the industry or in need of a refresher of the basics.

Top Five Questions to Ask When Choosing an eDiscovery Vendor

Published Thu, February 25, 2010 by Debora Motyka Jones, Esq.

Co-authored by David Rostov

We often get questions from our clients about how best to select an electronic discovery vendor.  Important considerations in this process are what questions to ask, how best to compare vendors and what are the important issues that are typically missed in the selection process.  In particular, our clients often tell us that they sometimes struggle in the vendor selection phase to be able to best assess the quality and capabilities of a vendor.  Given the challenges of choosing the right vendor, we often hear...

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