By Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, MIT
Summary: Most attorneys elect to keep their client files forever, believing that this reflects their legal duty to protect client interests. Some believe that client files belong to the clients and can only be destroyed with permission of the clients. Because of doubt or inconvenience, the volume of records maintained by attorneys grows each year and the associated costs escalate. Yet, destroying client files under an ...
File classification is an important part of your company’s record management system. Long retrieval time, missing or lost files are signs of filing system deficiencies. If these situations ring a bell on your mind, this means that you are using your existing resources inefficiently and may result to lost business opportunities.
Records management system is not as complicated as most people think. There are several options that can help businesses and organizations improve how ...
A lot of people will never be interested in trying something out unless they know that they’ll get something out of it. This principle often applies to just about anything, including records management.
If you want to start managing your information more efficiently, you might want to give records management a try. It’s a critical component in any organization. Here’s why.
Preservation of vital information
Since every organization is vulnerable to loss, it is important to ...
Complete presentation by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, President of Information Requirements Clearinghouse. Presented at the ARMA 2014 International Conference in San Diego, October, 2014.
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I appreciate your coming. Today’s session will perhaps be a little different than some of them that you have attended. Unfortunately I will be using ...
Partial presentation by Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, President of Information Requirements Clearinghouse. Presented at the ARMA 2014 International Conference in San Diego, October, 2014.
This is version of the presentation is divided into three sections for convenient viewing. The full presentation is also available. Use the links below the video window to select.
Part 1 (22 minutes in length)
Part 2 (23 minutes in length)
Part 3 (15 minutes in length)
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Record retention is a question in almost all offices. And as a result, offices tend to hang onto records far too long, says attorney and records management expert DONALD S. SKUPSKY, JD, CRM, FAI.
Donald Skupsky is president and CEO of Information Requirements Clearinghouse in Denver, Colorado, which provides publications, software and consulting services focused on the legal requirements of record keeping. Here he outlines what to keep and for how long and why.
Information Requirements Clearinghouse (IRCH) provides market-leading products and services helping customers reduce costs and risks by implementing legally-defensible retention and destruction practices for their business records. IRCH is considered the leading global resource for Retention Schedule development since 1984.
IRCH participated as a vendor at the 2014 ARMA International Conference held in San Diego, California.
Donald Skupsky's gave a conference speech on the topic Legal Update 2014: Responding to Changes in the Law. The presentation and audio have been posted for viewing.
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