E-Discovery – Preservation of Documents
In January, 2007, modifications to federal law addressed production of electronically stored information and records in lawsuits filed in federal court. In response to these modifications, UCLA implemented guidelines to ensure compliance with these new laws as they relate to Electronically Stored Information, or ESI. ESI is not only email, it is also data on computers, lap tops, portable devices such as PDAs, and other electronically stored information. UCLA is engaged in an on-going effort to train members of the campus community on their responsibilities to ensure preservation of ESI when litigation is reasonably anticipated.
- UCLA PRACTICES FOR PRESERVATION OF ELECTRONICALLY STORED INFORMATION [ESI](PDF)
- ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY TRAINING MATERIALS (PDF)
- The Nuts and Bolts of Handling Campus Document Requests and Preservation of Records (PDF)
Please direct your questions concerning E-Discovery and Preservation to Senior E-Discovery & Litigation Analyst Martina Hatem, ext. 68632; firstname.lastname@example.org.