Electronic Discovery: A Special Report - Plaintiffs have their own duty to preserve

The National Law Journal

This article, written by Littler’s Paul Weiner, explains an area often overlooked in recent articles about e-Discovery—plaintiffs’ obligations to preserve, search and produce electronic data. He discusses the legal foundations for plaintiffs’ and their counsel’s e-Discovery duties and obligations, the abundant sources of data that are controlled by 21st century plaintiffs and what electronic data should be requested of plaintiffs in discovery.

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