Tag Archives: Electronic

Why Document Retention Policies Are So Critical

This post on employment lawsuits causing most e-discovery woes just confirms the reasons why a sound document retention policy is necessary in today’s business environment. Organizations need to respond to an increasing number of document requests, from regulatory compliance issues to internal investigations to full-scale litigation. Much of this information is available electronically. Despite the … Continue Reading

Electronic Workplace: Dangers & Pitfalls

Today I will present at the Central Iowa SHRM monthly meeting located at Copper Creek Golf Course on electronic workplace issues. The electronic workplace is all around us. Computers, voice mail, internet, intranet, e-mail, fax machines, laptops, PDAs, videoconferencing, social media, blogs and more are common features in the American workplace. The development of the … Continue Reading

Deleted Email Case Provides Important Lessons

The Electronic Discovery Blog of K & L Gates has an informative post on a recent electronic discovery decision out of the Northern District of Georgia.  In the case the court found that deleted emails were not reasonably accessible and the defendant had no duty to search backup tapes for emails of a sexual nature. … Continue Reading

Pinch Hitting at Biz Luncheon

Today I’ll be pinch hitting for Brett Trout at the Des Moines Partnership’s Biz Networking Luncheon.  I will cover how to stop doing things online that will land you into court.  The best part of this presentation is I get Brett’s material.  I hope to see you there today. This event will be held in the … Continue Reading
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