What should you do if you receive a legal litigation hold letter
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​A litigation hold notice or litigation hold letter basically says someone might sue your business so you should not delete certain data. If you get one of these, the best response is to contact your business lawyer.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Floridant -- Florida Bar Board Certified expert business lawyer, David Steinfeld, has published a free and helpful article addressing what to do if your business receives a litigation hold notice letter from a lawyer. The article explains what a litigation hold demand is and what steps to take when one is received.

David Steinfeld owns the Law Office of David Steinfeld in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and has almost 25 years of experience. He is one of only 250 Board Certified business law experts of the 110,000 lawyers in Florida today. He is AV-Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell, has received Martindale's prestigious Judicial Edition Award for high reviews by Judges and its Platinum Client Champion Award. He also holds a 10.0-Superb rating on AVVO, has received Avvo's Client Choice Award for many years, and has a 10.0 rating on Justia.

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David Steinfeld has been consistently recognized as one of the Best Lawyers in America by U.S. News and World Report, a Florida Super Lawyer, and one of Florida's Legal Elite. He has also been named one of the Top 100 Bet-the-Company Litigators in Southern Florida and a Top Lawyer, Best Lawyer, and Top Attorney in Florida by several organizations including the Daily Business Review and the Wall Street Journal.

The article along with other free and helpful videos, articles, and a blog explaining Florida business law is at http://www.DavidSteinfeld.com/litigation-hold.html.

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David Steinfeld, Esq.
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Source: Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L.
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