February 13, 2014

Technology: Using contract terms to specify the timing and scope of the duty to preserve

By Jay Brudz and Alexander M. Brodsky

Washington, D.C., partner Jay Brudz and Philadelphia associate Alexander Brodsky authored an article for Inside Counsel, titled, "Technology: Using contract terms to specify the timing and scope of the duty to preserve."  The article is the third in a series and discussed how to use contract terms to specify when the parties' duty to initiate preservation of documents is triggered.

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