Large corporations with fairly sizable legal departments may handle the most litigation, but they are often at the lowest risk for data loss and spoliation sanctions during e-discovery, according to Zapproved’s “The Three Archetypes of Corporate E-discovery” report.

The report surveyed 116 respondents involved in legal holds at their company, 75 percent of which were legal team members, including general counsel, e-discovery managers and paralegals. The rest were from other in-house departments, including IT, compliance and records management.

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