Drafting Document Retention Policies

08 Dec , 2022

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Companies are overflowing with information. Data is generated at a remarkable rate. What can be kept? What can be destroyed? This timely information helps the persons responsible for drafting document retention policies define the key objectives of the policy and satisfy the necessary legal requirements. Learn the proper elements of legal hold and the consequences for failing to properly implement such hold. 

This material provides critical step-by-step guidance to policy-drafters in order to achieve results which are compliant, easily understood and feasible to implement. It also offers practical advice in the challenging areas of email retention and use of personal mobile devices (Bring-Your-Own-Device).

 

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