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DEFINITION: Litigation hold (also known as "preservation orders" or "hold orders") is a stipulation requiring a company to preserve all data that may relate to a legal action involving the company. This requirement ensures that the data in question will be available for the discovery process prior to litigation. A company must preserve records when it learns of pending or imminent litigation,  … 

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