November 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: E-tool use: a legal update

Treat e-mail as permanent, as if it were on paper, admonish attorneys specializing in construction contract issues. In a workshop at the recent ECC Conference (San Francisco, California..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Treat e-mail as permanent, as if it were on paper, admonish attorneys specializing in construction contract issues. In a workshop at the recent ECC Conference (San Francisco, California, Oct. 3 - 4), Paul Berning and John Ralls noted that the ubiquitous e-mail form of communication, though electronically submitted and seemingly deleted, "is even more permanent than if typed on a typewriter." Nevertheless, users often treat it as if it were a private conversation, when actually copies of it exist on the sender's and receiver's computers, on servers, and can be printed out and filed in drawers. Versions may be on system

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