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Tip of the Month, January 2009 - Managing Risks and Cutting Costs: Remediation of Legacy Data

30 January 2009
Mayer Brown Legal Update
January 2009 - Remediation of legacy data is becoming an increasingly important component of effective information management policies and procedures. Legacy data generally consists of data that was retained outside an organization's routine records retention schedule and beyond any useful business purpose it once may have had, and yet continues to be retained due to fear that some small part of it might be relevant to pending or threatened litigation.
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