A core tenet of our justice system is that opposing parties share potentially relevant evidence prior to trial. As a corollary to that, each party has a duty to identify, locate and preserve such information as soon as litigation is reasonably anticipated. The purpose is to prevent the intentional or inadvertent destruction of evidence that might be used at trial. The legal term for this is spoliation, which is a bad thing.

This article will provide a brief primer on legal holds and the responsibilities they entail.

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