Law, Records and Information Management Questions and Answers (Webinar)

by | Mar 15, 2016 | Webinars | 0 comments

The complete webinar presentation by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, President of Information Requirements Clearinghouse.  This is the first webinar of a 2016 IRCH online series presented on February 23, 2016.

The presentation of the webinar, Law, Records and Information Management: Questions and Answers, with transcript and presentation PDF, is available for viewing.

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Portions of the presentation transcript:

Good morning to those on the west coast. It’s a pleasure having you to the seminar. This is our fourth in the series, we did three in 2015. They are all on our website, and this will be the first of three or four this year. We’re glad to have you aboard.

Decided to do questions and answers for this session as opposed to me predetermining what the subjects would be, so with no further ado let’s move on with that. What I found is that there are a number of issues that organizations have been dealing with, and they fall into the domain of electronic imaging … We had a number of questions like … I’ve given you the count, just so you know these are actually legitimate questions. The retention of accounting records with some very specific issues. The three-year presumption was raised again, I’ll go over  that and explain one minor change. Retention program implementation compliance, a variety issues in that area.

Electronic imaging and reproduction. It’s amazing that after all these years, there are still questions related to this issue, and we’ll be very happy to deal with the areas that I’m about to discuss plus others if you have additional questions…

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