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Self-collection of documents and electronically stored information for use in litigation is sometimes described as being akin to the fox guarding the henhouse. The premise is that companies and their employees supposedly can’t be trusted to do the collection themselves. They may be tempted, the theory goes, not to collect harmful documents. Or worse, they may be tempted to destroy them.

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