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Federal Agents at the Door: Preserving Evidence

Your company is under investigation. Or maybe you suspect it will be in the future. What should you do with its computer files, documents and other potential evidence? Here’s a hint: step away from the paper shredder. In episode three … Continue reading

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Preserving Presidential History

Podcast – “The National Archives has been collecting records of the United States since 1934. It holds billions of documents, photographs, and objects that tell the story of our country and our Presidents. White House Historical Association President Stewart McLaurin … Continue reading

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Webinar: Responding to Subpoenas & Preserving Information

Thursday June 14, 2018 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m Responding to Subpoenas & Preserving Information What do you do when you’ve been served with a subpoena? What is your timeframe to respond? What are you required to do? Can you … Continue reading

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Preserving a Trust

A trust can function in a manner similar to a will while demanding fewer formal requirements. This increased flexibility comes at a serious cost; the ease with which a trust is created and revoked increases the likelihood of bogus revocation… … Continue reading

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Check it Out: Doughtery on Kennedy's Role in Preserving Political Order

Check out Michael Brendan Doughtery's piece in National Review on Justice Kennedy's pivotal role in "preventing the United States from political breakdown." The Supreme Court's role in this scene, with Kennedy as the swing justice, has been to moderate and… … Continue reading

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