by Sarah M. Glaser, Esq., Associate, Saxon, Gilmore, Carraway & Gibbons, P.A.
When a company is sued, that business is immediately required to retain documents and data related to the lawsuit. Many companies have policies of deleting emails and data after a set period of time, and so often times, data retention policies need to be put in place in advance of litigation to ensure that crucial information is properly stored. What is your company’s written data retention policy? Does your company follow that policy? Have you done anything differently than you do day-to-day since you were served with the lawsuit? This video discusses the three most fundamental questions businesses should ask themselves when they are served, or when they believe they are about to be served, with a lawsuit.
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