Jordan Lawrence Teams Up with HP Autonomy and Littler Mendelson to Tackle Defensible Deletion

Jordan Lawrence provides a roadmap for legal and IT to systematically dispose of legacy and redundant information with retention rules based on industry-specific and defensible standards.

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You must be able to show the logic behind your retention rules and schedule in order for deletion to be defensible - Rebecca Perry, Director of Professional Services at Jordan Lawrence.

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 19, 2014

Jordan Lawrence, the leading provider of records management and information governance solutions, recently hosted a webinar on Getting to Defensible Deletion “A Roadmap for Legal & IT. The expert panel included ABA eDiscovery Committee Chair Aaron Crews, of Littler Mendelson who addressed the legal considerations, Rebecca Perry of Jordan Lawrence explained how to develop defensible rules, and David Gould of HP Autonomy discussed leveraging technology to put the rules into action.

When companies shrink the universe of unstructured content (or dark data) available for discovery, they dramatically reduce their costs and risks during litigation and government investigation. There is overwhelming agreement from CLO’s, CIO’s, litigators, analysts, jurists and bar associations on the tremendous value of defensible deletion. So why isn’t every company systematically disposing of legacy and redundant information in the normal course of business? Because they don’t know how.

This well attended webinar provided legal and IT attendees with a step-by-step process that enables companies to defensibly eliminate as much as 60% of unstructured content.

To meet legal obligations, all companies must have a retention schedule that provides the time periods and related procedures for routine disposal of obsolete records that have met regulatory obligations and valid business requirements. A company’s retention schedule ensures that email and other records are kept as long as legally and operationally required and that obsolete records are disposed of in a systematic and controlled manner. “You must be able to show the logic behind your retention rules and schedule in order for deletion to be defensible,” said Rebecca Perry, Director of Professional Services at Jordan Lawrence.

Jordan Lawrence helps companies develop sound and fact-based retention schedules for all electronic information in less than 45 days. Establishing a complete taxonomy of all record types used within your company is the foundation for setting up a defensible records management program.

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For over 25 years, Jordan Lawrence has worked with the world’s premier companies to develop and implement records management programs that work. Jordan Lawrence provides proven, fast and affordable services that help any company meet current and ever changing legal and business requirements related to records management and information governance.


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