Do-it-yourself forensics

Monday, 16 July 2007, 12:12 AM EST

All over America, vendors stand ready to solve the e-discovery problems of big, rich companies. But here's the rub: Most American businesses are small companies that use computers -- and along with individual litigants, they're bound by the same preservation obligations as the Fortune 500, including occasionally needing to preserve forensically significant information on computer hard drives. But what if there's simply no money to hire an expert, or your client insists that its own IT people must do the job?

At Law.com

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