The amount of electronically stored information (ESI)  is growing, and government agencies are becoming increasingly concerned about the necessity to preserve ESI and the negative consequences that may result if preservation doesn’t happen. Failure to protect ESI for potential audits, investigations, administrative proceedings, or anticipated litigation can put an agency at a higher risk of being sanctioned for “spoliation.” In a new white paper, Jay Grenig, professor of law at Marquette University Law School, addresses how government agencies can protect themselves from potential spoliation claims and offers processes and best practices to avoid being sanctioned for spoliation of ESI. Read more on the Legal Solutions blog or read the complete white paper.

Please follow and like us:
Pin Share