Clark Hill Attorney Courtney Murphy Published in Exterro
Clark Hill E-Discovery attorney Courtney Murphy was recently published in Exterro. Her article, “Squaring the Proliferation of Virtual Meetings—A New Threat for E-Discovery—with Organizational Data Retention Standards,” covers how an organization chooses to record and retain videoconferencing data is its business, as are the associated risks and benefits. But businesses without defined processes for managing the resulting records may face challenges in future litigation and investigations that could have been avoided with advance planning.
Read the full article here.
Courtney A. Murphy is the Pittsburgh E-Discovery Attorney in Clark Hill’s Information Governance and Discovery Services Group. In this role, Courtney develops and administers discovery processes for the firm, dealing with the collection, processing, hosting, review, and production of documents and other materials.
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