Litigation Holds: Don't Live in Fear of Spoliation

Thursday, May 08 | 11:30am - 1:00pm ET | Grand Ballroom Salon E/F
Session Type: Professional Development

This presentation will offer practical guidance on establishing consistent and reliable processes needed to ensure the preservation of electronic records in response to litigation holds. The discussion will include an overview of the processes at the University of Connecticut, the rationale that went into some of the critical decision points, and tips for ensuring your process remains reasonable.

 

OUTCOMES:
Get practical guidance on the process of litigation holds and data preservation * Obtain rationale for the decisions to help adapt presentation materials to your specific needs * Understand the complexities of litigation holds and be able to apply the concept of "reasonable" to different scenarios

Speakers

  • Jason Pufahl

    Chief Information Security Officer, University of Connecticut

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