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Garnishments ACT Leave records 2 years For each employee: Name and SSN 5 yearsfollowing the calendar year in which created Beginning and end dates of each pay period 5years following the calendar year in which createdACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE RECORDSOutstanding Promissory Notes PERMSatisfied or paid in full Released to student, once satisfied Cash receipts 5 yearsUncollected accounts 5 years Collection records 5 yearsInvoices to students 8 yearsACCOUNTS PAYABLE RECORDSPurchase Requisitions/Work Orders 5 years Purchase Orders 8 years Invoices from vendors 8yearsAccounts Payable ledgers 14 years Payment / Disbursement record 8 years Expense reports8years Insurance payments 5 yearsPremier CollegeLitigation Hold NoticePOLICIESIssued:13 Oct 2019Responsible Official:PresidentResponsible Office:Legal Counsel/Chief11
ISOL 633 – Legal, Regulations, Investigations, and ComplianceInformation officerPolicy StatementEffective Oct 2019, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were altered to require conservationand maintenance of certain "Electronically Stored Information" or 'ESI.' Under these newprinciples, there is a lawful obligation to safeguard proof (e.g., records), including ESI, when theestablishment has seen that the proof is pertinent to pending government prosecution or when agathering ought to have realized that the proof might be important to future administrative case.These new government principles require a gathering to suspend standard or purposefulcleansing, overwriting, reusing, erasing, or some other obliteration of electronic data applicableto a bureaucratic law debate, including electronic data any place it is put away - at anorganization work station, on a PC, at a worker's home, and so on. It incorporates all types oflawyer customer special and non-lawyer customer favored electronic interchanges, (e.g., email,word handling, schedules, voice messages, recordings, photos, data in PDA's) in any areawhere information might be put away. This electronic data must be protected in its uniqueelectronic structure, so all data contained inside it, regardless of whether obvious or not, islikewise accessible for review. It isn't adequate to make a paper duplicate of electroniccorrespondence.PurposeThis guideline is issued to aid Premier College System in the implementation of a Litigation HoldNotice Procedure to comply with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provisions regardingpreservation of Electronically Stored Information.12
ISOL 633 – Legal, Regulations, Investigations, and ComplianceLITIGATION HOLD CHECKLISTDocuments should be protected at the beginning of case. Pursue these means quicklyupon maintenance for another suit or potential case, paying little mind to whether you are lockedin by the offended party or the litigant, to encourage the gathering, investigation, and protectionof electronically put away data that might be important to the issue (and to minimize expenses):Substantive Steps1. Determine what rules apply.

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