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Litigation and Practice Support — May 2015

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ILTA WHITE PAPER: MAY 2015 WWW.ILTANET.ORG 12 About the Author Caroline Sweeney is the Global Director of Ediscovery & Client Technology Services at Dorsey & Whitney. She has extensive experience consulting with attorneys and clients with regard to e-discovery, including identification, preservation, collection, processing, review and production of electronically stored information. Caroline has 25+ years of experience in the litigation support industry, both in law firms and as a litigation support vendor. Contact her at sweeney.caroline@dorsey.com. About the Author Gillian Glass has been the Director of Practice Support and Records at Farella Braun + Martel LLP since 2000. She is responsible for electronic discovery, knowledge management and the management of physical and electronic records. Previously, Gillian was the litigation support manager for the San Francisco City Attorney's Office. She received ILTA's Distinguished Peer Award for Records and Risk Management in 2011. Contact her at gglass@fbm.com. Four Principles of Responsible E-Discovery Data Management We probably have more disk space than anyone else in the firm, but we always want more. As a result, data management questions abound: • How do we track what we receive from our clients? • Where do we store client data? • How do we secure the data? • What do we need to keep? • What can we destroy and when? As electronic discovery professionals, we collect an enormous amount of data from our clients and then generate even more work product off of those data.

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