5 ways in-house counsel hurt corporate record compliance

In-house counsel must constantly ask themselves if what they’re doing really helps the business.

In-house counsel are often tasked with ensuring company compliance with record retention regulations. Sometimes the actions of the corporate legal department not only do not help their companies achieve this compliance, but actually hurt it. Seemingly doing good can sometimes make things worse.

Given this paradox, here are five ways in-house counsel can hinder record compliance:

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Mark Diamond

Mark Diamond, Founder & CEO of Contoural, Inc., is a regular contributor to Inside Counsel on Litigation Readiness and Records Information Management. You can e-mail...

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