Jeffery Lauria, musing that the American Bar Association’s 2017 Legal Technology Survey Report found that only 60% of respondents “have a policy to manage retention of information/data held by the firm,” offers five steps for the implementation of a thorough data retention policy. He suggests: conduct a data audit; simplify data classification; outline retention rules; implement the policy; and audit the processes.
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