While they are a prime responsibility for attorneys facing litigation or regulatory investigations, legal holds are not always executed as effectively as they should be. For many, it is a problem of managing data in multiple locations; for others, it’s the challenge of having unreliable data custodians.

But many attorneys are betting that these problems can be mitigated through the use of automated technology, according to Zapproved’s 2017 Legal Hold and Data Preservation Benchmark Report, a survey of legal, compliance, IT and corporate staff from more than 50 U.S. corporations.

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