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What Do You Call a Lawyer Who Assumes a Client is Preserving ESI?

February 08, 2022

Your judge won’t be in a laughing mood if your client destroys discoverable electronically stored information (ESI). Find out your obligations to make sure it doesn’t happen.  

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