Document Retention and Destruction Policies for Financial Institutions

Webinar: ID# 1014008
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Many of you have grappled with the issue of what documents need to be retained and for how long. And the plethora of federal laws pertaining to document retention, particular for financial institutions, seems to grow more onerous by the day. The failure to comply with federal law and practical considerations can lead to painful consequences for any financial institution.

This live webinar is designed to provide an overall review of document retention principles and rules for financial institutions, and how they may impact your document retention procedures, and practical approaches to meeting the requirements.

Covered Topics Include:
  • An Effective Document Retention and Destruction Program – Who, Why, What, When, Where, and How
    • Why Is This Important?
    • Cautionary Tales
    • What?
    • Federal and State Requirements
    • Rules Specific to Financial Institutions
    • Exceptions
    • Rules of Civil Procedure
    • When and How?
    • How Long Records Must Be Maintained and How to Properly Store Them
    • Who?
    • Record Destruction Policies
    • Safe Harbor

Christopher R. Shaw
  • Partner in the Business & Commercial Litigation Practice Group of the Jackson, Mississippi office of Jones Walker LLP
  • Practice includes commercial litigation, financial institutions law, insurance litigation and media law
  • Has handled a variety of complex litigation matters on behalf of financial institutions and insurers, including mortgage fraud, disputes over unauthorized transactions, securities fraud, claims under the federal Racketeer and Corrupt Organizations Act, class actions under the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, and various matters involving TILA and RESPA
  • Listed as a Mid-South Super Lawyer in the area of Business Litigation
  • Writer of the "Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress" section of the Mississippi Encyclopedia of Law and has been a presenter at various seminars on topics of electronic discovery, document retention, and email policies, as well as insurance coverage law
  • J.D. degree, cum laude, The University of Mississippi School of Law; B.A. degree, cum laude, University of Mississippi
Neal C. Wise
  • Attorney in the Jones Walker LLP's Banking & Financial Services Practice Group
  • Practice focuses on representation of banks and other financial institutions
  • For his bank clients, he handles numerous transactions including public and private mergers and acquisitions, nonbank and branch acquisitions and dispositions, and public and private capital raises
  • His practice also includes transactions with the CDFI Fund as well as regulatory compliance matters
  • Serves on the Business Law Section of the Mississippi Bar's Executive Committee as well as the board of directors for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund's Mississippi Chapter
  • J.D. degree, magna cum laude, The University of Mississippi School of Law; B.B.A. degree in economics and a B.B.A. degree in general business, cum laude, Mississippi State University
Document Retention and Destruction Policies for Financial Institutions
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