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Document Retention and Destruction: What HR Professionals Must Know

 

Make sure you are in full compliance with your current document retention and destruction policies.

The primary responsibility for record keeping and retention/disposal of employment-related information usually falls on the HR professional. Maintenance of employment records is critical to defending against employment-related litigation. Moreover, the failure to appropriately retain or dispose of certain records may subject a firm, and even individuals, to civil or criminal liability. It is critical, therefore, for HR professionals to ensure that their companies have in place written document retention/destruction policies that are current, comprehensive and mandatory. During this topic, we will provide HR professionals with tips and tools to help them create a document retention/disposal policy that will minimize risk and ensure compliance with state and federal rules and regulations.

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Frank J. Vitolo

Frank J. Vitolo

Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti LLP

  • Partner, Commercial Litigation, Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti LLP
  • Twenty years of experience representing corporations, partnerships and individuals in high-stakes commercial, employment, products, aviation and securities litigation
  • Recently won a no-cause defense verdict after a two-week jury trial in a consumer fraud/products liability matter
  • Routinely handles AAA and FINRA arbitrations, including a recent five-day AAA arbitration adverse to a large NYC private equity company
  • In 2018, named by NJBIZ magazine as “Vanguard Leader of the Law” for his “important” and “exemplary” work
  • Selected as a “Rising Star” by Thomson Reuters
  • In 2017, awarded “Exemplary Private Sector Leader Not-For-Profit Excellence” by the Morris County, NJ Chamber of Commerce
  • President of the Morristown Partnership, which operates the Morristown, NJ Special Improvement District
  • Vice President of the Board, Morris Arts, BS, Phi Beta Kappa, Boston College (1995); JD, GW Law School (1998)
  • Can be contacted at [email protected] or (973) 451-8446
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