Running Scared Keeping Your Email Policy One Step Ahead of the Law

Everything you need to know about keeping your e-mail policy one step ahead of the law.

Running Scared - Keeping Your E-Mail Policy One Step Ahead of the Law

Where: Bethesda, MD or live at your desktop
When: Friday, November 16, 2011, 9:00am - 12:00 pm (EST)
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How much risk can you afford? You may think that you own your business e-mail, but the law often entitles third-parties, be it government agencies, the courts, or litigants, the right to see it. Your failure to properly retain and produce e-mail when so requested has potentially significant legal and financial consequences. Knowing your obligations and today's best practices for complying with those obligations are essential parts of modern risk management. Speaker Bill Savarino will present everything you need to know about keeping your e-mail policy one step ahead of the law.

Topics:

  • Electronically Stored Information vs. E-mail
    • What's Really at Stake
    • Landmines for the Unwary
  • Blanket Retention Policies - Why a 30, 60, 90 day retention/destruction policy won't suffice
  • Legal Standard for E-mail Retention
    • Regulatory Retention Periods for Government Contractors
    • Applying the Rules with a Sample E-mail
  • Keys to a Good E-mail Management Policy
    • Inadvertent Disclosures
    • Attorney-Client Privilege Waivers
    • Trade secrets
  • Litigation Hold: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
    • What Your Lawyer Knows and You'll Find Out
    • Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance
    • Implementing the Hold
    • Litigation Hold Parameters - Backup Tapes
  • Fines, Penalties and Sanctions
  • Instant Messaging, G-Mail and the Like...
  • The Need for Legal Expertise
  • When the person who has responsibility for deleting and retaining e-mail is YOU...
  • And if you don't think that it can happen to YOU...
  • Lessons Learned
  • Questions and Answers

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