Author: Leigh Isaacs

Leigh serves as the Director of Information Governance for DLA Piper LLP is based within their Washington DC office. She has spent her entire 30+ year career working in law firm environments where her expertise encompasses strategic development and implementation of enterprise records and information governance programs, process improvements, matter lifecycle management, risk mitigation, vendor management, evaluation, design and implementation of legal technology solutions. She particularly enjoys building teams and programs to meet the ever-changing needs of law firms and their clients. Leigh currently serves on the Board of Governors for the CIGO Association and is an active member of the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) and ARMA, serving in various volunteer and leadership roles for both organizations. She is also a founding Steering Committee Member for the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium and serves on the Advisory board for the Information Governance Initiative. Leigh is a published author, a well-known speaker and an instructor on a wide array of trending issues relating to information governance.

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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