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Legal Tech: Duty to Preserve ESI of Hybrid-Driven Collaborative Tools

With heightened ease of use and convenience comes a duty for businesses and organizations to employ best practices regarding their responsibilities in maintaining the electronically stored information (ESI) that these applications create.

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As the trend in remote and hybrid work has continued to grow in popularity, applications permitting real-time collaboration between employees plays an important role for businesses. With heightened ease of use and convenience, however, comes a duty for businesses and organizations to employ best practices regarding their responsibilities in maintaining the electronically stored information (ESI) that these applications create. Litigants must also remain mindful of evolving types of ESI when demanding information from opposing parties and non-parties to support their claims and defenses in litigation.

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