This is the last installment in a series of articles aimed at helping organizations implement an effective written litigation hold. This article covers legal hold oversight and serves as a practical guide to manage legal holds as a business process and develop and implement organization-specific legal hold policies and procedures. To make use of this information, you should have a firm grasp of the other steps for legal holds.

Because a legal hold touches all departments of an organization, all departments must have, at a minimum, a strong understanding of trigger events. They must be vigilant in identifying and reporting any perceived trigger event. Custodians must understand the true importance of litigation holds and the importance of the organization’s duty to preserve relevant records.

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