Drafting a Document Retention Policy

This Practice Note explains the key issues counsel should consider when drafting a document retention policy, also called an information management policy recordkeeping policy or a records maintenance policy.

Karen O. Hourigan, Victoria A. Redgrave and Jonathan M. Redgrave, Redgrave LLP


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