RIM Legal Questions & Answers
This is the first of a syndicated column by John Isaza. His column is devoted to answering information governance, records management and related legal questions from Chapter Members.
What is a Legal Hold
What is a Legal Hold and Why do I Care?
A legal hold, also referred to as a hold, preservation order, suspension order, freeze notice, hold order, or hold notice, is a notice or communication issued to an organization to preserve all forms of relevant information, as a result of a reasonably anticipated investigations, audit, or lawsuit. A legal hold therefore suspends the normal disposition of records regardless of the medium they reside on.
Collection of Hoover Dam artifacts
Collection of Hoover Dam Artifacts, Historic Photographs Now Available On-Line
The Bureau of Reclamation maintains an extensive collection of museum items, historic photographs, and news clippings related to Hoover Dam.