George Socha and I’s new “Electronic Discovers” column has just been published on the excellent website.
The column is called There Must Be Fifty Ways to Store Your Data and focuses on the many devices and media on which data can be stored and the many different considerations litigators need to keep in mind when pursuing electronic discovery.
A great comment from George:
“By focusing on the content rather than the medium, you may increase your changes of getting the data you really care about. This is, after all, what we do when we ask for information memorialized on paper. Rare is the request for all pieces of orange paper kept by a company, no matter what is on the orange paper.”