Preservation Obligations & Formats

40 mins

This course examines preservation obligations and procedures; including various aspects of the duty to preserve, legal hold notices, preservation formats, relevant case law and how to avoid sanctions.

Class Outline:
  • Preservation Obligations & Formats 40 mins
    • The Faculty
    • The Duty to Preserve
    • Preservation Triggers
    • Proportionality
    • Legal Hold Notice
    • Legal Hold Procedures
    • Legal Holds & Technology
    • Preservation Formats
    • Format Rules
    • Sanctions
Class Readings:
  • Ameriwood Indus., Inc. v. Liberman.pdf
  • Anti-Monopoly, Inc. v. Hasbro, Inc..PDF
  • Zubulake v. UBS Warburg LLC.PDF
  • GTFM Inc. v. Wal-Mart Stores Inc..PDF
  • Morris v. Union Pac. R.R. Co..PDF
  • Williams v. Sprint-United Mgmt. Co..pdf
  • Preservation Obligations & Procedures.pdf
Course Comments
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Catherine Hendricks   |   07/28/2017

Good start. Thank you.

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Christine Hawkins   |   06/21/2017

Thank you! Helpful.

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Judy St. John   |   05/17/2017

The information is great, but the volume fluctuations and jerky transitions to the speakers is a bit distracting. Also, you might want to consider a lighter background since the speakers wear darker clothes they almost look like floating heads. Video quality aside, the information is really good.

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Stephen Weeks   |   05/17/2017

please keep the volume more consistent between speakers and between courses.

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Lakeith Whitley   |   03/17/2017

Very good information on the importance of preserving tape backup.

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Barath Rajagopalan Jayaraman   |   04/25/2016

This course gives a very detailed orientation to legal Hold and its obligations.

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Monekia Franklin   |   04/13/2016

I enjoyed the practical tips provided in this presentation. If possible, it would be helpful to provide a short clip at the end that summarizes how preservation obligations are affected by the amendments to the FRCP.

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