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Employers continue to wrestle with BYOD policies...

What follows is an excerpt from an article for which I was asked to contribute last Fall.  I hope that you find it of interest. 663 more words


Craig Ball on E-Discovery, Litigation Holds, and Evidence Preservation.

The Path to E-Mail Production II, Revisited, by Craig Ball, Ball In Your Court


This is the seventh in a series revisiting Ball in Your Court…

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Can You Ask the Court to Order a Party to Follow the Duty to Preserve?

A Pro Se Plaintiff in a prison inmate case requested the Court order the Defendants not to destroy any relevant video surveillance footage from a specific date. 294 more words

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Ignore Duty For Litigation Holds At Your Peril.

Don’t Hit That Delete Button: An Update On Litigation Holds For Employment Claims, by Andrew P. Sherrod, Inside Counsel Magazine


By now, most companies are — or at least should be — well aware of their obligation to preserve relevant documents and electronic information when they reasonably anticipate litigation.

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The Duty to Preserve on Island Time

No vacation should end with people becoming Plaintiffs. Sadly, that happened on a trip to Hawaii when someone had a slip and fall in a hotel garage after exiting an elevator. 659 more words

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Craig Ball On An Essential Lawyer Skill - The Custodial Hold.

Custodial Hold: Trust But Verify, by Craig Ball, Ball In Your Court Blog


Please click on the link to the Pension Committee opinion (you’ll see it in Craig Ball’s article). 243 more words


Don't Phone in Adverse Inference Allegations

Can a Plaintiff win adverse inference instructions for the destruction of a phone recording destroyed after a one-year retention policy and whose relevance (or existence) was not known by the Defendants for two years after the event happened? 387 more words

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