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March 29, 2006


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John Feeney

Welcome to e-Discovery. In a nutshell, email is now considered a legal form of communication which by rights has to be maintained with some type of retention/destruction policy.

In today's world of litigation - the first place lawyers going digging for the juice is an email archive. An Judges are supporting these efforts by requiring disclosure of said archives. Don't have one, just deleted it. You better have a policy/procedure your following....

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