Law.com has 2 recent posting this LPM member strongly encourages you review:
What to do without local E-Discovery Rules……
Amy Karan and Kansas Gooden point out: Lawyers should advise clients to develop a
written document retention policy and sensitize clients to the potential risks
including sanctions and adverse inferences for violations.
Ignore Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX 404)at your Peril………
Thus, it is critical for every entity to ensure that its records-retention policy
includes appropriate triggers — called “litigation holds”
It’s always alot easier to expand a relationship with a current client vs finding a new one. Sales/Marketing 101. Obviously previous posts on this subject gathered limited interest. Since I consultant “Storage Solutions” to Mid-size companies here are some responses from clients I’m suppose too help:
“since there is no HIPPA police, why get crazy..” Senior Living complex
“our competitors get sued, that’s our growth…” Manufacture
“we have never had that issue, don’t see it…” Trucking firm
“email’s, individuals cancel their own…” International Exporter
“worse scenerio, we’ll pay some silly fine…” Property Management Firm
I’m sure Mazy has a smile reading this: Bankruptcy Clients….