Implementing A Records Retention Program

Webinar: ID# 1014011
Recorded CD
About This Course:
This live webinar will teach you how to avoid devastating problems that your company may face if it does not implement and maintain a records retention and data management program.

You will learn how to identify your company's need for an effective records management program; how to develop an effective program for your company; how to staff your records and data management team; how to avoid obstructing justice in the course of discarding unnecessary documents and data; and the benefits of having a records management program in place when (not if) your company becomes involved in an audit, investigation or lawsuit.

  • Overview: Designing a Records and Data Management Program (RDMP)
    • Definition of an RDMP
    • Elements of an RDMP
    • Benefits of an RDMP
  • Identifying the Need for an RDMP
    • Business Needs - Identifying and Controlling Critical Information
    • Legal Needs - Regulatory Agencies and Civil Litigation
    • Legal Needs - Criminal Proceedings
  • Developing an RDMP
    • Preliminary Steps
    • Develop a Plan for the RDMP
    • Design the RDMP
    • Final Steps
    • Implementation
  • Special Considerations
    • Civil Proceedings: Legal Holds and E-Discovery
    • Criminal Proceedings: Obstruction of Justice
    • Accountants and Other Service Professionals

Robert W. Dibert – Moderator
  • Member in the Louisville, Kentucky, office of Frost Brown Todd LLC
  • Has litigated commercial transactions and business relationships for more than 25 years, including banking, contracts, employment terminations, joint ventures and securities transactions
  • Has litigated cases arising under federal and state civil rights laws, and both civil and criminal cases involving the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute
  • More than 20 years of experience in the identification, preservation, production and analysis of electronically stored information in a variety of investigative and litigation contexts
  • Experience includes retrieval, review and production of data; analysis of data for evidence of theft, forgery, backdating or other tampering; and preparation of data for use as substantive evidence in formal proceedings
  • His efforts have included negotiation of appropriate stipulations or protective orders, conditions of access and vendor agreements where necessary to secure data in usable forms
  • Frequent writer and panelist on the subjects of records retention practices and production of electronically stored information
Rebecca Bates Manno
  • Member of the Litigation Department at Frost Brown Todd LLC
  • Advises clients on information management and discovery issues
  • Practice focuses on designing and implementing records retention programs for clients of all sizes and business structures
  • Conducts audits of clients' existing information-related practices and programs as well as employee training in records retention policy and procedures compliance, including the use and storage of electronic media
  • Works with litigation clients to preserve, collect, process and produce relevant information specific to the needs of the matter
  • Managed a discovery team for a multinational corporation faced with serial litigation in many jurisdictions in the United States and abroad to address the client's complex discovery needs in a consistent manner, she interacted with employees at all levels and in all locations of the corporation to develop and implement a sound information management structure
  • Worked with co-counsel and outside vendors to establish an extensive electronic repository which is utilized by co-counsel involved in all phases of litigation across the country
Robert C. Webb
  • Member of Frost Brown Todd LLC's White-Collar, Tax, and Business Litigation practices in Louisville, Kentucky
  • Represents individuals and corporations in criminal tax fraud, white-collar and commercial litigation matters
  • Has led the defense of federal and state criminal offenses at the investigatory, grand jury and trial levels in such areas as criminal tax fraud, mail and wire fraud, interstate transportation of stolen goods, criminal and civil RICO, health care fraud, criminal antitrust, money laundering, gambling and environmental matters
  • Has successfully represented a former commonwealth of Kentucky government official in a major tax fraud and mail fraud trial in Bowling Green, Kentucky, as well as executives in a health care fraud and grand jury investigation
  • Conducted internal investigations for public companies and has extensive experience in counseling clients on voluntary disclosure issues
  • Worked at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., in the Civil Tax Litigation Division, and was a professor at Bellarmine College where he taught "Federal Taxation of Entities"
  • Wrote the Criminal Tax Practice Monograph for the University of Kentucky College of Law
  • LL.M. degree in taxation, Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.
Implementing A Records Retention Program
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