Record retention – what do we need to do?
The world of record retention is changing and there are need to know items when it comes to handling records appropriately. The likelihood of having both electronic and hard copy records is pretty strong right now. That will diminish over time as the paper age fades out of existence. However, at this time, you are likely to deal with both types of records. When faced with that there has to be a system in place to merge, obtain and destroy the records; as well as log what is happening with those records. This video reviews federal and state laws for record retention, and confidentiality of medical and payment records.
Scott R. Cook
Tyson & Mendes LLP
- Partner at Tyson & Mendes LLP’s Las Vegas office
- Experience includes all aspects of general liability, complex and mass tort litigation, insurance, health care, regulatory law, and business litigation
- Experience extends to catastrophic injury/damage, complex/mass litigation in tort, multistate litigation, environmental litigation, explosion/fire litigation, health care law, employer/employment law, and insurance law
- Has managed litigation for a multi-state insurance carrier and was a managing partner for a national law firm
- Received awards from the Colorado Defense Lawyer’s Association, the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, the Self-Insurance Institute of America, the American Legal Administrators, and received the Legal Excellence Award from Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company
- Achieved the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, a Rocky Mountain Region Super Lawyer by Vegas Inc., a Top Lawyer by Desert Companion Top Lawyer – Complex Litigation, one of America’s Top 100 Civil Defense Litigators in Nevada, a Top Attorney of the Mountain States, and was recognized as a Lifetime Achievement Member by America’s Top 100 Attorneys
- J.D. degree, University of Nebraska College of Law; B.A. degree, in Political Science/International Relations, University of Nebraska
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