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Chalk this up as a victory for the somewhat maligned use of search terms in eDiscovery. I was clued into this recent article via Lifehacker, discussing the eDiscovery findings of the Lehman collapse. The article, 'Stupid' Lehman E-Mails Didn't Stay 'Just Between Us,' shows how candid people still are in email and how the use of some thoughtful keywords and a little testing can still be very effective as a result:
"Just between us," it may be "stupid" to use certain words in e-mail to "discuss" the "big trouble" you might face if you’re ever investigated for financial wrongdoing or a subsequent cover-up.
Those are some of the terms that examiner Anton R. Valukas searched for in 34 million pages of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. e-mails and reports, to find out who knew what about the risks that drove the fourth-largest securities firm into bankruptcy, according to his 2,200-page study on the collapse.
Read the full article.
Morris James LLP Receives "Award of Excellence" From The Marvin S. Gilman Superstars in Business Awards Sponsored by the DSCC
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