Gain a better understanding of legal and regulatory requirements and practical considerations for both electronic and paper document retention and destruction.
Financial institutions are subject to an array of statutory, common law and other obligations to preserve documents. Given the size of many financial institutions and the complex regulations governing them, financial institutions are acutely sensitive to the costs, burdens, challenges and pitfalls associated with document preservation and destruction. This topic helps internal and external counsel for financial institutions to understand the obligations they face, and the best practices for creating costeffective and efficient document retention and destruction policies. This information is critical for any financial institution, especially those that are considering making changes to their policies, implementing new document related software, or engaging in litigation.
How to Identify Your Institution's Document Retention and Destruction Obligations
ï Statutory Requirements
ï Common Law Requirements
ï Other Considerations
How to Navigate Challenges Associated With Document Retention and Destruction Policies
ï What Can Go Wrong
ï Best Practices
How to Create and Implement Effective Document Retention and Destruction Policies
ï Making Effective Use of Internal Resources and Outside Counsel
ï Examples of Effective and Ineffective Policy Language
Manny Caixeiro with Dentons, Timothy Carroll with Dentons
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