Legal Quick Hit: Defensible Disposition: From "Never Gonna Give You Up" to" Let It Go"
Date/Time Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 6:00 PM GMT/UTC
Duration 60 Minutes
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Organizations should dispose of information that no longer needs to be retained for business or legal reasons. This simple tenet of information management seems to be the hardest to implement - saying goodbye to expired information is hard for many organizations. As a result, companies find themselves with increasing stores of legacy and orphaned paper, data, systems, and backup tapes. Often, not much is known about the contents or ownership of this information, which makes it hard for organizations to evaluate their legal obligations to retain the information. This program will provide approaches for finally, and defensibly, remediating legacy stores of information. The presenters will suggest processes for cataloguing legacy information, for determining what legacy information must be preserved and what legacy information can be destroyed, and for preventing the accumulation of unnecessary legacy information in the future.


Keith Angle, Group Head of Information Governance and Executive Director, Legal UBS AG

Lisa Lukaszewski, Counsel, Redgrave



This call is free and exclusive to ACC members.  


Please note this presentation will take place during a regularly scheduled committee call and has not been accredited for CLE/CPD credit.


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