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Controlling Corporate Legal Costs by Legal Document Automation: Brand New Application in Employment Law

“On average, lawyers spend 60 per cent of their time drafting documents. If there is a tool that allows them to do that faster and better, then it is an obvious choice.” Thomson Reuters / Catherine Bamford     … Here’s another post … Continue reading

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Congress Approves Novel Use of Congressional Review Act to Invalidate Agency Guidance Document; Potential New Avenue of Relief for Health Industry?

As we reported on April 20, 2018, the Senate recently approved a joint resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) invalidating a five-year-old guidance document issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. It marked the first time in … Continue reading

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Congress Poised to Invalidate Agency Guidance Document in Unprecedented Use of the Congressional Review Act – Could it Provide a Roadmap for Relief for the Health Industry?

The Congressional Review Act (CRA) was long viewed as something of a paper tiger, and for good reason. The CRA requires agencies to submit certain rules to Congress before they go into effect. The CRA also creates a streamlined process … Continue reading

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Document Retention – Boring But Necessary

While maybe not the most exciting topic, document retention is actually an important issue for insurance agents and brokers and can impact insurance agents’ and brokers’ professional liability insurance (E&O). Clients may rely on the agent or broker (producer) to … Continue reading

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Why have a document retention policy?

The current digital age has made it easier for companies to retain an enormous volume of documents – significantly more than a company could have afforded to keep before the advent of electronic record-keeping. In response, companies have sought to … Continue reading

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