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Greatest e-discovery challenge for in-house legal respondents Locating potentially responsive data 36% Tracking legal holds 8% Controlling the amount of data sent for review 14% Managing multiple e-discovery projects at once 14% Defensibly deleting data that was on legal hold 13% Other 15% Source: Exterro Note: Table made from bar graph.
The process involves a coordinated effort with teams of internal IT, security and risk, legal, business, and records personnel to secure the information on the corporate side of the firewall, execute the collection whilst maintaining chain-of-custody and data integrity, and document the process defensibly.
160) There is no guarantee that a sufficiently uniform consensus can be defensibly identified from what is bound to be variance in state practice on a particular issue.
Once these sources of potentially responsive ESI are accounted for, the right eDiscovery tools need to be deployed so that these disparate types of ESI can be defensibly collected and processed for review in a singular auditable environment.
Through exploring the fiduciary nature of the doctor-patient relationship, Joffe and Truog develop an approach to discerning which medical decisions require individual patient consent and which decisions physicians may defensibly make without consulting their patients.
Chris Brown's defensibly benign and complimentary tweet, "I fuck with Frank Ocean.
Much less defensibly, the Court of Appeals also completely ignored
Diamond: It depends on the particular company, but we have seen organizations over time defensibly delete more than 40% of their structured data and get rid of 60% of their e-mail.
10) As I argue here, a more careful separation of the normative grounds for undertaking mitigation and adaptation activities is needed if the relation between the two is to be properly understood, and if the combined force of these two climate justice imperatives is to be defensibly applied to policy solutions.
Without a systematic, reliable way to determine the applicable legal obligations and value of data, to defensibly dispose of excess data, corporate IT departments typically adopt an extremely costly "keep everything" policy.
Then a Theravadin could defensibly claim that the Buddha never used paternalist deception, in the strict sense, since he never told a lie.
It will probably take at least another decade of the Census before we can defensibly estimate the total number of marine species.