STUART RENNIE

©  Stuart Rennie, 2017     

SERVICES

MLIS, JD, BA (Hons.)

AREAS OF LEGAL PRACTICE


Administrative Law

Canada Anti-Spam Law (CASL) Compliance and Mitigation Plans

Civil Litigation

Cyberbullying

Electronic Discovery Counsel

Freedom of Information & Privacy Law

Legal Research

Government Relations

Legislative Drafting

Legislation & Law Reform

Public Policy

Workplace Bullying and Harassment



AREAS OF RECORDS & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (RIM) PRACTICE


Archival Science

Auditing

Cloud Computing (Data Recall Audits & Contracts)

Compliance Auditing

Custom Training Programs

Disaster Recovery Plans (drafting and reviews)

Electronic Discovery (e-Discovery)

Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS)

Information Governance (IG)

Legal Auditing - example: Legislative changes to Retention Schedules

Legal Compliance and Reviews (Legislation)

Policies & Procedures (drafting and reviews)

Records Classification Plans (drafting and reviews)

Records Management Bylaws (drafting and reviews)

Records Retention Schedules (drafting and reviews)

Standards (drafting and reviews)

EDUCATION & RESEARCH


University Professor (Adjunct)

Webinar Developer & Moderator

Toastmaster

InterPARES Trust Researcher



 

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Not sure how new government legislation impacts your organization’s information governance program?  Legislation changes month to month, and when new legislation comes into force - you may no longer be "compliant".    Example: The retention period for patient medical records used to be seven years; when the legislation changed the retention period became sixteen years. This change impacts doctors in many ways: from storage, record recall to malpractice evidence.