Document Retention and Destruction
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Are you sure you want to throw that document away?
New regulations ... the constant threat of audits ... the increased use of e-discovery ... in today's changing legal environment, you're asking for trouble if you don't have an effective records and information management program in place. And even if you do, standards are changing - have your policies and procedures changed with them? Purchase these reference materials and learn what records to store and when, why and how to destroy them, and how to comply with pertinent statutory and regulatory standards. You will gain a real-world road map and best practices for implementing and updating a records management program that provides a safe harbor.
Benefits for You
•Get updated on current trends and key court cases that are changing the way we do business
•Create a document retention program that protects your business in litigation
•Prepare to be prepared - find out how to prevent e-discovery nightmares
•Avoid hefty fines from the courts for improper document destruction
•Put an end to confusion by getting expert guidance on technology issues associated with e-discovery
•You will be able to explain how to develop and manage a RIM program.
•You will be able to describe legal, IT and practical tips for implementing an records-retention program.
•You will be able to discuss the fundamentals of the information governance in an E-world.
•You will be able to recognize some of the key challenges including "The Cloud", Smartphones/Tablets, social-meida and cross-border data.
Moderator: Robert D. Brownstone, Esq., Fenwick & West LLP
Thérèse P. Miller, Esq., Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.
Scott Murchison, CRM, Kaizen InfoSource LLC
Matthew Nelson, Esq., Symantec Corporation