Need Help? (888) 742-5060

In The News:

Electronic Evidence Engulfs the Courts

Frontier of electronic evidence has exploded

January 10, 2005

Electronic evidence - typically e-mail, but essentially any data stored in electronic form - is becoming an increasingly important aspect of commercial and other litigation; it is a topic that businesses, including distributors, should not overlook. You should have in place record retention and destruction policies.

It is critical that companies address how they store electronic records. If you should end up in court, a litigant's failure to preserve electronic evidence can be fatal to the litigant's position - even if the destruction of records is inadvertent. I have written about war stories in the past, including where a litigant was severely damaged by electronic evidence "discovered" during the course of the litigation.

A few more war stories make this ...

To Read Full Article:


Subscribe for Unlimited Access

Buy This Article

Add this article to your cart for $9.95
Partner Center