Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Mikki Tomlinson. Published: 2013-04-02 10:43:31  As Barry Murphy announced in The eDiscoveryJournal 2013 Research Agenda blog published last month, Legal Hold is one of my research focuses this year. It has been a decade since the landmark Zubulake vs. UBS Warburg decisions around legal hold, and 7 years since the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in relation to eDiscovery, yet, legal hold still remains a mystery to many.  Caselaw resulting from ineffective or complete failure to issue legal holds continues to be regular news in litigation circles.The Bringing Legal Holds to Life report lays out the framework of legal holds, the foundation of corporate eDiscovery programs.  An abstract of the report can be found here.  Stay tuned for the next report in the Legal Hold series, where we will discuss the state of the market and technology. eDJ reports are available for a la carte purchase or downloadable for any Platinum research subscribers.  If you are not currently a Platinum research subscriber and would like to be, please email Jason Velasco for more information.We hope you find the report helpful and look forward to any comments or feedback.  Additionally, you may contribute to our research efforts by participating in the eDJ Group surveys.eDiscoveryJournal Consultant – Mikki Tomlinson (mikki@eDJGroupInc.com)

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