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Traditional ethical rules governing preservation of evidence have spawned many new challenges for companies and their counsel in this digital age. The task of identifying and preserving diverse and voluminous data in anticipation of litigation requires much more than just good intentions. The multiple sources and vast universe of potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) provide myriad opportunities to err. Lawyers must expend extra care and effort to fulfill legal and ethical duties surrounding the preservation of evidence.

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