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PRESERVATION. keeping safe from harm; avoiding injury. This term always presupposes a real or existing danger.
     2. A jettison, which is always for the preservation of the remainder of the cargo, must therefore be made only when there is a real danger existing. See Average; Jettison.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Two of these works appeared in his book Fabulous New Orleans, but this chapter contains fine stand-alone works reproduced in full, here, which explore preservation issues and politics specific to that city.
Others, like Chief Judge Lippman and Judges Smith and Rivera, appear to be a little less firm on strict adherence to preservation issues; at times, willing to deviate where underlying equitable, justice, or common sense principles are strong.
With respect to the e-discovery preservation issues discussed here, the 6th Circuit decided that the district court did not abuse its discretion in finding that the developer's failure to preserve certain ESI was at most negligent and that no adverse inference was warranted for its destruction of a hard drive and a server.
Cherry adds that trustees had been adamant throughout the process that the building's look would not be "modernized.'' The Massachusetts Historical Commission has signed off on the project and no preservation issues exist, she says.
The "anticipation of litigation" standard incorporated into the proposed rule requires preservation decisions to be made prior to the receipt of a scope-defining complaint, the appearance of an opposing lawyer with whom to negotiate, or the assignment of a judge available to resolve preservation issues. Litigants need a clearer roadmap in this area and some adjustments to the proposal could effectuate substantial savings in litigation costs and promote judicial efficiency.
The preservation issues may be overcome--or at least minimized--by basing the catalogue on XML documents instead.
This era and the individual foresters, researchers, and urban planners who made a difference are covered in a fine survey that shows how forest preservation issues were outlined and promoted, and how different types of trees flourished under the new attention to their conservation.
There also may be historic preservation issues in locations with historic properties that could be affected by the installation of the DAS.
There are three working groups that focus on harvesting, access, and preservation issues.
In many cases, the email preservation issues show up alongside other compliance shortcomings, so email system preservation and review are checked by FINRA examiners as a matter of course.

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