From the Editor
This issue of IMpressions is about the law. In a long-awaited decision, an Alberta court has validated the CGSB standards as authoritative in defining a record as evidence. The article discusses the details and background of the case as well as the implications for IM practitioners.
One of those implications leads to our second article — what if you were called as an expert witness in a case to testify on the evidentiary status of records under your supervision? This is what happened to Uta Fox in the above mentioned Alberta case, so I interviewed her about her experience.
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Sheila Taylor, IGP, CRM
Ergo Information Management Consulting
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