Navigating Multiple Jurisdictional Requirements: Which Jurisdiction is Controlling for Retention Purposes?

A common question amongst our international clients is: “which jurisdictional law should our retention schedule follow?” From a records management perspective, the general rule of thumb is to focus on the “place of the regulated activity.” Applying this rule can be difficult, however, when there are regulated activities with legal and operational implications beyond the…

Big Bucket Retention Schedules

Is the Big Bucket Retention Schedule Dead in the Age of Privacy?

Big Bucket records retention schedules (RRS) are common practice in the Records and Information Management (RIM) industry. The Big Bucket approach involves grouping records together based on similar business processes and events to the greatest extent possible.  Routine records are classified separately.  Implementing a Big Bucket approach means that duplication and overlapping between business areas…

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U.S. Employer in Class Action Lawsuit Over Employee Privacy Recordkeeping Violations

Employees from Peacock Foods recently filed a class action suit against their employer. The group claims the company violated the Illinois Biometric Identifier Privacy Act. The employees say the company collected their fingerprints when they clocked in and out of work. They also claim the company didn’t follow the mandates meant to protect this information.…