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The Art of the Custodian Interview

, Corporate Counsel


The custodian interview is a cost-effective discovery tool to locate relevant documents when your company is a party to a lawsuit.

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  • ATaylor

    This would all be so much simpler if your organization had a RIM (Records & Information Manager) in the first place! The RIM would know who produced which documents, who had edit access to which databases, and where both paper and digital information is stored, and for how long. If you‘re not aware of the work RIM professionals do, perhaps you should reach out to ARMA, International at That professional organization trains RIMs all around the world.

  • UpWhat?

    Lacking an Upjohn warning consideration...

  • Craig Ball

    Excellent article. Succinct and practical. Well done!

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