The Lit Hold is Over

The Lit Hold is Over – What Next?: eDiscovery Webinars

You’ve been under a litigation hold, but the case has concluded & the lit hold is over. Now what? Avansic & ACEDS will tell you in this Friday webinar!

This Friday, September 29th at 1pm ET, Avansic and ACEDS will conduct the webinar The Lit Hold is Over – What Next? In this webinar, The presenters – experts in the legal, records management, and eDiscovery fields – will other places the data might be, the role of legacy software and data storage, and walk through hybrid approaches depending on the case and data types. They will also discuss the conundrum of digital trash and how that relates to managing records and the eDiscovery process.

Speakers are:

  • Dr. Gavin Manes, CEO, Avansic
  • Amy Sellars, CEDS, Lead Senior Counsel and Head of Legal Operations, CBRE

There is so much discussion about how to properly initiate a litigation hold, but very little discussion about how to release a litigation hold and resume your organization’s retention and destruction schedules. It’s vitally important to do both, which is why I’m excited about this webinar! What happens (and should happen) when the lit hold is over? Register here and find out Friday!

So, what do you think? Is your organization struggling with how to resume normal operations when the lit hold is over? If so, check out the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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