IT is taking on greater responsibility in e-discovery – the process of exchanging documents in electronic format during the evidence-gathering period prior to a trial.
The courts gradually have been getting tougher about e-discovery requirements, and some heavy penalties for non-compliance have been paid. Karnick (Glaser Weil’s CIO) said that he is seeing less tolerance among judges for e-discovery failures that result from ignorance.
Back-up tapes “might be the most expensive type of forensic function there is,” says Karnick. “You have to figure out what’s on the tape and then replicate the system that was originally used so you can pull the data off of them.” – Read Complete Article>
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