Responding to an e-discovery request carries with it several important responsibilities including securing potentially responsive data (otherwise known as a litigation hold) as soon as possible.

When a lawsuit is filed (or even anticipated), all potentially relevant data needs to be found and secured under a litigation hold. The litigation hold includes protecting that data (including all metadata), as well as content and associated files (email attachments), from inadvertent deletion or alteration.

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