Preservation Orders

Thursday - 1/15/2009, 9:28am EST

Though the Bush Administration is getting ready to leave office, there are still some loose ends to tie up, especially when it comes to e-mail. Yesterday, a federal judge ordered the president's executive office to look for millions of emails that have been missing since 2005. Diana Veilleux is a partner with the firm Shaw, Bransford, Veilleux and Roth and joins us for our weekly "Legal Loop" segment. She explains first why these emails are so important. Click to hear the interview.

Tags: tech, EOP, email