Research suggests that approximately 70% of corporate information is retained unnecessarily.
Not only do companies incur needless expenses for storing unnecessary legacy data, but the existence of this data is subject to discovery, causing the average in-house legal department to spend millions of additional dollars on unnecessary document collection, review, and production. As long as the data is retained, there is the real-world risk of exposing trade secrets or personally identifiable information, resulting in exposure for the company.
Redgrave LLP focuses on bringing wasteful legacy data practices under control. We develop defensible disposition protocols to address all types of legacy data: backup tapes, decommissioned or legacy systems, paper, email files, PSTs, file shares, mobile and personal devices, and repositories of unidentifited data. We provide clients with effective and defensible disposition programs that ensure compliance with legal and regulatory preservation requirements.