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December 14, 2011

Reader Query re: Email Holds

EmailbombWe were queried by a reader, who prefers to remain anonymous:

"I have a question for you. I’ve been looking for a survey or commentary addressing prevalent corporate practices insofar as email preservation with regard to system cleanup — can’t find much. If you know of anything (besides reported opinions), let me know.

Is the standard corporate legal hold preservation practice to:

(a) Suspend auto email system cleanup for ALL legal hold custodians.
(b)Suspend auto email system cleanup for some legal hold custodians — such as key custodians or in more complex cases.
(c) Not suspend auto email system cleanup at all except in bet the company cases.
(d) Not suspend auto email system cleanup ever for any custodian or case?  Or do you find that corporations are all over the board with their thinking in this regard?"

EDD Update denizens, fire away!

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