preservation order

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preservation order

n (Brit) to put a preservation order on somethingetw unter Denkmalschutz stellen

preservation order

n (on building, tree) → ordinanza per la salvaguardia (di beni artistici e naturali)
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However, I suspect that one of the senior employees subject to the litigation hold does not intend to comply and may in fact be deleting emails.
On Wednesday night, the Lesko campaign sent a litigation hold letter to Lovas demanding that he maintain all records related to his accusations against her because it expects to bring litigation against him.
Companies can run into trouble when they get rid of documents that are subject to a litigation hold, said Sterling Miller, former general counsel to Travelocity and Sabre Corp.
As a general rule, that litigation hold does not apply to inaccessible backup tapes (e.
After the establishment of a litigation hold, the senior manager deleted as many as 90,000 unrecoverable e-mails, of which 6.
A litigation hold is a directive that relevant documents and electronically stored information be preserved so that the documents and ESI remain available should they be needed during future litigation.
The prompt implementation of a litigation hold is prudent since it is a critical factor in evaluating whether a party has complied with its duty to preserve potential evidence.
In addition, DataCastle offers Legal Hold, an easy and unobtrusive way to comply with litigation hold requirements.
The District Court Held That Takeda's 2002 Litigation Hold Created a Duty to the Allen Plaintiffs to Preserve All ESI Relevant to Any Potential Actos Claim.
We have potential court consequences if we fail to obey a litigation hold," Park said.
He addresses the relevant privileges and protections and the implications of technology for these principles, including privilege as it relates to the reasonable expectation of privacy and related ethical issues, waiver, privilege logs, privilege review, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the crime-fraud exception, experts, litigation hold notices, and litigation support databases.