Catholic University Law Review
Sometimes, Old Rules Know Best: Returning to Common Law Conceptions of the Duty to Preserve in the Digital Information Age
Today businesses generate massive and ever-increasing quantities of data. When faced with the prospect of litigation current rules force businesses to assume significant costs to store and maintain data that may relate to that litigation. Recent revisions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure codified a modern approach to preserving electronic data in the event a company might face litigation in the future.