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File Destruction Policies [LGE 116]

Lawyers Gone Ethical

Release Date: 06/09/2020

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Good policies and procedures make a law office run ethically, but file destruction is one where a lot of lawyers have questions.  How long should we keep files?  When does the time period begin to run?  How do I let my client know?  In this episode, Megan explores these questions and promotes some best practices.


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