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DocuSafe Legal Resources

Loss of Vital Records Can Result in Severe Legal Penalties

This handy resource page features links to more information about the laws that affect your
company's information storage practices.

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DocuSafeCorporate and healthcare officers are now legally responsible for protecting their organization's vital records. Legislation such as Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and the Graham Leach Bliley Act has attached large fines and even criminal penalties of up to 10 years in prison for failing to protect vital business documents, medical records and other paper files. In fact, the old model of storing records in warehouses designed for storing commodities is no longer acceptable. This is especially true against the backdrop of recent media headlines and court rulings that hold corporate officers legally and financially accountable for protecting and producing their company's vital records. CEO's and Boards of Directors must recognize their responsibility to protect these vital records.

The following list of handy links will help bring you up to date on the laws that govern information storage practices.



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