Tag Archives: Retention

What to Include in an Expert Retention Agreement

It’s always best to put your fee agreement with an expert into writing. Here are the most important provisions to include in an expert retention letter agreement. Billing. State the amount per hour the expert will be paid for his … Continue reading

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When might you be required to preserve certain ESI beyond your routine record retention policy? When that ESI is the subject of pending litigation and a court determines that ESI is in danger of being destroyed pursuant to your policy.

Author: Sarah E. Hsu WilburCase Citation: Houston v. Coveny, No. 14-cv-6609, 2017 WL 972124 (W.D.N.Y. Mar. 3, 2017)Employee/Personnel/Employer implicated: Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS)eLesson Learned: A court can order an entity to suspend its routine record retention policy … Continue reading

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I140 Priority Date Retention (EB3) Approval for Filipina Elementary School Teacher Beneficiary and Public School Petitioner in New Mexico

CASE: I-140 / Old Priority Date Retention EMPLOYER: Public School BENEFICIARY: Filipina Elementary School Teacher LOCATION: New Mexico Our client had an employer willing to petition her for a third-preference petition (I-140).  Our client has a Bachelor’s degree in English, … Continue reading

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Approval for 245i Adjustment of Status and Retention of F2B Preference

Only mere hours after a grueling interview in the Houston Field Office and a gross mistake by USCIS, we received news that our client had been approved for his adjustment of status. Petitioner became a U.S. citizen before the client’s … Continue reading

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Risk Retention Group Regulation

Since the risk retention enabling legislation was passed many years ago – the Risk Retention Act was first passed in 1981, and an amended in 1986 – you would think that state regulation would have sorted itself out by now. … Continue reading

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