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A blog post written by Jim McGann of Index Engines on May 4th zeroed in on an interesting topic; how to keep ESI skeletons out of your corporate closet. In his post Jim writes: Law firms and corporations alike tend to keep data storage devices well beyond what their compliance […]


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In a recent case; Accessdata Corp. v. ALSTE Tech. GMBH, 2010 WL 3184777 (D. Utah Jan. 21, 2010), the Plaintiff, an American company, sought to compel defendant’s production of documents, including information related to customer complaints and defendant’s technical support of non-customers.  Defendant objected to the interrogatories and requests for production […]


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Over the years that I have been involved in the archiving and records management industry I’ve presented many times on the topic of data consolidation and in my years of talking with organizations I’ve noticed that not all organizations are aware of where data resides in their environment.  Quite often […]


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In the case of Arteria Prop. Pty Ltd. v. Universal Funding V.T.O., Inc., 2008 WL 4513696 (D.N.J. Oct. 1, 2008) the court made an interesting statement in reference to how website content should be treated in litigation: The only question is whether or not the website was under the control […]


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I recently ran across a few articles on  U.K. developer CPC Group Ltd and Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Co, which is the real-estate investment arm of Qatar’s sovereign-wealth fund. The decision was that Qatari Diar wrongfully backed out of a deal to redevelop London’s landmark Chelsea Barracks site after the plan was […]


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