Electronic Discovery Law
Dealing with Data: No, You Can't Call Them Documents Anymore
In this March/April 2005 article from Business Law Today, George L. Paul and Robert F. Copple outline steps for a business to follow in developing data life-cycle policies. Such policies are designed to ensure that necessary data is preserved (in connection with litigation and Sarbanes-Oxley, for example) yet the business does not "drown in its digital waste."
Full text of the article can be found here.
K&L Gates includes lawyers practicing out of more than 40 fully integrated offices located in North America, Europe, Asia, South America, and the Middle East, and represents numerous GLOBAL 500, FORTUNE 100, and FTSE 100 corporations, in addition to growth and middle market companies, entrepreneurs, capital market participants and public sector entities. For more information about K&L Gates or its locations and registrations, visit www.klgates.com.
Portions of this Web site may contain Attorney Advertising under the rules of some states. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
e-Discovery Analysis & Technology group at K&L Gates, offering services related to ediscovery, review of electronic documents, electronic discovery and electronic evidence discovery.
K&L Gates LLP
925 Fourth Avenue, Suite 2900, Seattle, Washington 98104-1158
p. 206.623.7580, f. 206.623.7022