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Axinn Insights on U.S. Litigation for Japanese Companies: The Duty to Preserve Documents and Implement Litigation Holds in U.S. Civil Litigation
August 19, 2019
Rachel J. Adcox, Donald W. Hawthorne, Jason Murata, and John M. Tanski

Axinn partners Rachel Adcox, Don Hawthorne, Jason Murata, and John Tanski authored, “Axinn Insights on U.S. Litigation for Japanese Companies: The Duty to Preserve Documents and Implement Litigation Holds in U.S. Civil Litigation.” This article summarizes the preservation obligations to which parties are subject when they anticipate U.S. civil litigation, provides recent examples of cases involving Japanese corporations litigating these issues, and suggests best practices and tips for responding to actual or threatened U.S. civil litigation.

Axinn Insights on U.S. Litigation for Japanese Companies: The Duty to Preserve Documents and Implement Litigation Holds in U.S. Civil Litigation

日本企業のための米国訴訟に関する考察:米国民事訴訟での文書保存およびリティゲーション・ホールド(Litigation Hold)実施の義務