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Information Governance for Legal Practitioners – a Guide to Discussions with Clients - On Demand

Presented by James Sherer

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Course Description

Length: 1h 2min    Published: 11/15/2023    
Information governance is a key component of modern law practice, and having a good working understanding of it can make your practice more efficient and successful. This program will cover information governance as it relates to lawyers, covering topics such as records management, data governance, and the EDRM. The program will also discuss program building, information remediation policies and techniques, and the future of data management, including AI, new applications, BYOD, and work-from home issues.
Learning Objectives
* Get an introduction into information governance as it relates to lawyers
* Understand how to defensibly let go and delete information
* Know the future-state of data management, including AI, new applications, BYOD, and work-from-home issues,
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Speaker Q&A

Question
Excellent program! Well done. Question: how would you approach a document retention program for a small entity or sole proprietary. I am thinking about writers, but this could relate to any creator type. Many here is Texas are creating LLCs. Thank you.
- GeraldineM
Answer
For a small entity, I’d find a basic record retention schedule that would help make sure certain records associated with every enterprise (e.g., tax records, certain incorporation materials, contracts, and perhaps employment information) is being maintained for an appropriate amount of time. I’d then find a good way to copy and back up those records, and include some thoughts on disaster recovery. There are some good free resources available through simple internet searches – I’d recommend looking at ARMA and AIIM resources, and then do some compare-and-contrasts among available resources to find a good position for a small organization to take.
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Presented By:

James Sherer

New York, NY

1.212.589.4279

jsherer@bakerlaw.com

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