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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Legal Technology Group, Inc.
333 South State Street, #V421
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
(503) 200-2936 

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08 Where is the Data?

Your Litigation Response Plan should specify the geographical location of the data. List the geographical location of servers, computers, and devices where data exists that might be the subject of litigation.


On this diagram, you'll see a diagram of a corporations servers throughout the world: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

With each case, the checklist in your Litigation Response Plan should remind you to ask, “Where is the data located?” I have been involved in long conference calls relating to this issue. Near the end of a three hour call somebody says, "Hold on, what about Mexico City?" and the discussion is extended by another hour.


How do you know where all the servers, devices and data are located?  IT can help. Usually IT has extensive documentation which should be part of the Litigation Response Plan. Examples include network typography diagrams, computer documentation and system architecture diagrams. IT may also have inventories of hardware and software on servers and computers and documentation about backup and archive systems. These are often important exhibits to your Litigation Response Plan.


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