Can paper records that have been imaged then be destroyed? MER Conference, Chicago
In this session, John Isaza will discuss why imaged records are just as admissible as original paper records based on:
- The Federal Rules of Evidence and state equivalents,
- Case law, and
- A plethora of federal and state statutes and regulations.
There is no legal foundation or rationales for retaining the great majority of imaged original paper records. Despite this, many organizations keep retaining their imaged paper records and incurring in unnecessary storage costs associated with retaining them.
Main takeaways from this session will be:
- The multiple legal foundations for the admissibility of imaged records,
- An overview of the ways imaged records are regularly admitted into legal proceedings,
- How you can determine the wasted cost to unnecessarily store imaged paper records, and
- A clear understanding of your organization’s potential cost to conduct a legal review of both the imaged records AND the original paper records of those records.
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John Isaza, Esq. & FAI is a California-based attorney and partner of Rimon, PC, where he heads the records and information management (RIM) consulting practice. Mr. Isaza is widely recognized as one of the country’s foremost experts on information governance, electronic discovery, the revised Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and other RIM issues. Mr. Isaza has developed information governance and records retention programs for some of the most highly regulated Fortune 100 companies, including related regulatory research opinions.
The MER is a conference exclusively focused on addressing the key operational, technical, and legal issues associated with the life-cycle management of electronic records. MER's quality is renowned for the very best speakers, cutting-edge, pioneering topics, and extraordinary networking opportunities with industry leaders, other registrants, and the premier solution providers who are exhibiting.