In just 75 minutes, you will learn:
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- Document timeline: How long do you need to keep specific documents
- Special handling for medical records
- Understanding document retention when impending or current litigation is at hand
- I-9 Forms: When and how long to retain
- Former employee personnel files: Can you get rid of them?
- Updates to regulations that impact record retention
- Retention for documents connected to EEOC charges and related records
- Employees’ personnel files: what they should – and should not – include
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- Litigation Holds
- Implementation Of Your Retention Policy
- You Can Retain Too Much
- Going Paperless
- Medical Records
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- Record Retention Policy Checklist
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Senior Counsel, Seyfarth Shaw
Jason Priebe is senior counsel in Seyfarth Shaw's Chicago office and is the Midwest regional manager for Seyfarth's eDiscovery and Information Governance (eDIG) group. Mr. Priebe is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Illinois. His current practice focuses on issues involved in electronic discovery preparedness, planning and execution, as well as information privacy, information governance and data security.
Emily A. Dorner
Attorney, Seyfarth Shaw
Emily Dorner is an attorney in the eDiscovery and Information Governance practice group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP's Chicago office. Ms. Dorner has experience conducting and managing document review, researching and writing records retention policies, and consulting clients regarding eDiscovery best practices.
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