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It is advisable for you to seek experienced legal counsel regarding the lawsuit you describe in your question. The Law Office of Stephen M. Corby,…View More I think my former business partner is going to sue my company for alleged breach of employment contract…how can I be sure that I’m compliant in North Carolina with regarding to backing up all of our email/digital correspondence when we worked together from 2012 – June 1014? I’ve heard about E-discovery rules? What are those?
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