It may not be as commonly discussed as production and collection, put preservation is an integral part of the e-discovery process. And as the amount of data the average corporation creates skyrockets, how your legal team preserves essential data becomes ever more important as well.

Ahead of PREX 2015, Legaltech News had an opportunity to speak with several experts on the many aspects of the preservation process, from communicating the criticality of preservation to the larger corporation, to balancing adversarial strategy and discovery. Here, we’ve collected eight points that can help your organization better implement a strong preservation strategy.

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