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Implementing A Records Retention Program

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Don't have a records retention and data management program in place? Find out why it is absolutely necessary and how it helps to prevent compliance issues.

This 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.

Specifically, 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 or other sanctions 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.

Because of increasing activity and scrutiny of data security breach incidents, this course also will discuss specific roles that records retention and compliance professionals can serve in the prevention as well as investigation and remediation of data security breach incidents.

Agenda

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
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
  • Data Security Breach Incidents
  • Accountants and Other Service Professionals
About The Presenters

Robert W. Dibert
  • Member in the litigation dept. of Frost Brown Todd, LLC based in Louisville, KY
  • Has litigated commercial transactions and business relationships for more than 30 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 25 years’ experience in the identification, preservation, production and analysis of electronically stored information in a variety of investigative and litigation contexts
  • More than 10 years’ experience in advising clients in records retention and compliance issues, including the handling of more than six data security breach incidents within the last five years
  • Specific investigative & compliance experience includes identification, retrieval, analysis and production of material evidence; 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 experience also includes 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 compliance practices and the identification, retrieval, analysis, and production of electronically stored information
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
  • Successfully represented a former Kentucky government official in a major tax fraud and mail fraud trial, 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
  • Has written numerous articles regarding criminal tax and white collar matters
  • 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.
Connie Wilkinson-Tobbe
  • Senior attorney with the electronic data discovery (“EDD”) group at Frost Brown Todd LLC based in Louisville, KY
  • Advises clients on discovery and records compliance issues in litigation, transaction, and regulatory proceedings
  • Serves as liaison among attorneys, technology providers, and trial or transaction teams to assure the timely handling and analysis of material evidence in proceedings
  • Before joining the EDD group, Connie was a trial and compliance attorney for clients in bench and jury trials, regulatory and grand jury proceedings, and mediation/arbitration proceedings
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Implementing A Records Retention Program
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