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Legal Hold Strategies: Preserving Evidence & Avoiding Spoilation

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Doug Smith; Wiley Rein, Records Manager
The risks associated with spoliation of evidence are causing organizations everywhere to examine their procedures for evidence preservation. This seminar will offer step by step guidance for instituting and maintaining effective legal holds. Participants will gain a timely foundation for policy changes through the review of recent court decisions.
May 27 2010
40 mins
Legal Hold Strategies: Preserving Evidence & Avoiding Spoilation
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