May 2018 Chapter Meeting: Rethinking Records Retention

May 16, 2018
8:30 AM MDT - 10:00 AM MDT
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Rethinking Records Retention

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Randolph Kahn, Esq., President of Kahn Consulting, Inc. recently published The Incredibly Compelling Case To Rethink Records Retention in 2018 and Beyond. In the article, our speaker offered 12 rules to help fix records retention and wrangle information piles. This thought-provoking article will serve as the basis for Randy’s presentation on May 16. Randy is a very dynamic speaker—don’t miss this opportunity to hear him!

Randolph Kahn, Esq., President, Kahn Consulting 

Randolph A. Kahn, Esq., is an internationally recognized authority on information governance, the legal, compliance, and policy issues of business information, electronic records, e-business processes, and information technology. Kahn is president of Kahn Consulting Inc. The Kahn Consulting team has provided consulting services to major global organizations, including advising the U.S. government and foreign governments, court systems, and multinational corporations on a variety of information management issues. Kahn has also been an expert witness in major court cases.

Kahn is a highly sought-after speaker, and a two-time recipient of the Britt Literary Award. He has written numerous published works, including “When Information Security Became a Lawyer’s Thang,” “Economic Espionage in 2017 and Beyond,” Chucking DaisiesE-mail RulesInformation Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management ComplianceInformation Nation Warrior, and Privacy Nation.

Kahn teaches law and policy of electronic information at Washington University School of Law, and the politics of information at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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$10.00 Non-NNM Chapter Members

$0.00 NNM-Chapter Members