5 Steps for In-House Attorneys to Succeed at Records Retention Policies

June 2, 2017 by Kevin Bley

Tags: Legal, Records Management, Retention Schedules

The vast majority of companies we interview do not follow their retention policies. The blame can be spread between legal, information technology and the business. This post will give 5 steps to help in-house attorneys succeed with Records Retention Policies.

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Legal Hold Requirements Need IT Buy-In

April 7, 2017 by Andrew Borgschulte

Tags: Litigation, Legal, Definsible Disposition

Legal holds are by no means a new concept. However, with the ever expanding amount of data that businesses are producing, it is becoming a much bigger challenge.

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Information Security Remains Cloudy in the Legal Industry

March 1, 2017 by Kevin Bley

Tags: Legal, Cybersecurity

In April of 2016, Mossack Fonseca, a law firm in Panama suffered a large data breach resulting from a cyberattack. Known as the Panama Papers, it uncovered the offshore finance information of many billionaires. This resulted in serious investigations which will undoubtedly cause legal consequences for those involved.

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IT Departments Need to Be Aware of Legal Hold Requirements

March 11, 2016 by Andrew Borgschulte

Tags: Litigation, Legal, Definsible Disposition

Legal holds are by no means a new concept. However, with the ever expanding amount of data that businesses are producing, it is becoming a much bigger challenge.

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Dawn Ward: Let Legal Take the Wheel on Records, Information Management

March 2, 2015 by Team RecordLion

Tags: Legal, Records Management, Disposition

This post is from our guest blogger, Dawn Ward, Senior Counsel at Warner, Norcross & Judd. This post originally appeared on Dawn's blog, which can be found here.

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Dawn Garcia Ward: What To Do About Emails

November 13, 2014 by Team RecordLion

Tags: Legal, Email

This guest post is from Dawn Ward, Senior Counsel at Warner Norcross & Judd.

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