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    E-Discovery and the Cloud

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    Rory Radding, an intellectual property partner in Edwards Wildman’s New York office, authored an article for Today’s General Counsel. In the article, “E-Discovery and the Cloud”, the author discussed some of the potential issues with ESI (electronically stored information), particularly in litigation and the discovery process. Radding recommended that users of ESI services thoroughly vet the ESI vendor first, find out the location where the data is stored, and always read the fine print. In most cases the party who owns data is responsible for it, not the company that stores it. Radding also stated that “Corporate counsel must understand the risks and obligations that arise when their company’s discoverable data is being stored in the cloud and prepare for possible litigation when use of the cloud service commences.”

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