In the age of eDiscovery, record retention is extremely important from a legal standpoint, and from a business standpoint. Businesses find themselves trying to walk the fine line between what is enough to protect themselves legally, and what is too much from a business cost perspective. How does a business find the safe – and cost-effective – middle ground? Our presenters will sort out the often competing issues surrounding record retention and eDiscovery.
Rebecca Perry, Director of Professional Services for Jordan Lawrence
June 4, 2014
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