Presented by: Jay Jenkins, Director of Business Development & Client Services, T-Scan Corporation
Whether the office is that of sole practitioner or large corporate firm, retrieving records pertinent to the case is a time consuming task wrought with pitfalls and possible delays that can easily derail the litigation timeline costing the client trust, time and money.
The Reality of Record Retrieval: Getting Records from Around the Country, presented by the experts at T-Scan Corporation where efficiency and timeliness are critical business elements, details the questions and answers participants need to quickly and efficiently navigate the many pitfalls of document discovery. T-Scan Corporation retrieves over 60,000 records a year, produces 4 million documents or images and stores over 3 terabytes of information.
The Reality of Record Retrieval: Getting Records from Around the Country introduces to those just entering the world of litigation the questions to ask before retrieving records that may be protected under law, hard to locate, or difficult to obtain while offering the experienced individual proven strategies to gather, store and investigate thousands of documents with as little labor or technological cost as possible.
The Presentation Includes:
Efficient Retrieval Processes
Cost Analysis and Planning
Overview of HIPAA
Organization Tips and Practices
Examination of Differences Between States
Vendor Best Practices Guide
Start will be 11 a.m. Pacific. This webinar will be worth 1 CLE.
About the Presenter
Jay Jenkins, T-Scan Corporation’s Director of Client Services and member of T-Scan Corporation’s Senior Management Team, has
helped guide T-Scan Corporation from a small start up to a nationally recognized record retrieval leader.
As the leader in record retrieval, our job requires T-Scan to be aware of many regulations governing protected information throughout various jurisdictions. Our experience has afforded T-Scan the opportunity to build the most efficient retrieval processes available.
He holds a BA in English from the University of Washington.
Cancellation and refunds:
Cancellations may be made up to 24 hours before the webinar with a full refund minus a $5 administrative fee. Within 24 hours of the webinar start, cancellations receive no refunds.