By Wendy Curtis - Senior Associate, Fulbright & Jaworski LLP; Martin Grant - SVP & Chief Compliance Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of NY; Dawn Haghighi - Attorney, Princess Cruises; Mark Harrington - General Counsel, Guidance Software, Inc.; Marty Provin - Executive Vice President, Jordan Lawrence Group.
Records management is often not viewed as a responsibility of the general counsel's office, but records management decisions, and mistakes, can often raise a host of legal issues. This basics program will introduce in-house counsel to the basic elements of a records management policy including the law, review recent regulatory and judicial decisions that should influence a company's records management, and target the types of information that require special attention when it comes to preserving or destroying corporate records. An emphasis will be placed on automated information. Come build your records management checklist, learn what the greatest legal risks in this area are, and what recent and upcoming legislation and regulatory developments could affect your policies.
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