-----Has anyone ever had to convince legal, IT & the "C-level" that a

      retention is fine for non-record emails, but that content should

      determine retention, not storage space or cost of said space? Brad


Your legal department should be one of your most ardent supporters.  If
they do not know about the litigation over eDiscovery, something is
wrong.  If you want to help inform them, go to
<> , a comprehensive collection of federal
court opinions on the scope of discovery as it applies to electronic
records.  Cases can be dismissed if the company failed to save
information it knew could be relevant, which pretty much applies to any
business records.  Outside and inside counsel can be sanctioned, too.




Margaret M. deMarteleire

HR/FLSA Analyst

CDI Corporation

1717 Arch Street, 35th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 636-1219



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