Author: Andrew Corridore

Andrew serves as the Manager of Information Governance Compliance for Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP and operates out of their New York City office. Despite a relatively brief career within Information Governance, Andrew has successfully deployed and managed projects focusing on key IG initiatives at two different firms with vastly different risk appetites and commitment to Information & Data Governance. He is a self-proclaimed IG enthusiast, with emphasis on physical & electronic data disposition, legal hold process management and improvement, lateral transfers, risk mitigation, and Outside Counsel Guidelines. Andrew is particularly interested in the intersection of technology and information governance. Andrew is currently involved in the Information Governance community in a variety of ways, from serving on ILTA’s security and compliance content creation team to volunteering with the local ARMA Metro chapter. He also is heavily involved with the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium (LFIGS) and the recently developed Legal IG Roundtable.

Defensible Disposition Program: Article One—Let’s get down to Basics

For as long as there has been communication and work, there has been a means of documenting and tracking it. Sales receipts, pay stubs, tax documents, letters, memoranda, and beyond all have value at one time or another. Sometimes, those records need...

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