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Information Management – Preserve or Perish; Destroy or Drown

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Robert Brownstone; Law & Technology Director; Fenwick & West LLP
Information-Risk-Management (IRM) – Policies and Protocols Maximizing Preparedness for eDiscovery and Litigation

o Proactive day-to-day electronic information management (EIM) should address:

· retention/destruction policies and regimes;

· litigation-hold protocol;

· technology-acceptable-use (and lack of employee privacy) policies; and

· separation policies and checklists for departing employees.

o Then, on an ad hoc basis, when an organization is forced into reactive mode, it can many reap significant benefits, including”

· reduced risk of civil liability and criminal exposure;

· reduced expenses;

· minimized burden and stress on management;

· defensible, “real” policies, tethered to adequate employee education as well as in-the-trenches realities of the IT environment;

· improved information-security (via data encryption, metadata-scrubbing, appropriate electronic-redaction and employee sophistication, etc.);

· more efficient operations and data collections; and

· quicker analyses/assessments in incident-response situations, lawsuits and regulatory/enforcement requests.
Aug 27 2009
49 mins
Information Management – Preserve or Perish; Destroy or Drown

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