With Halloween approaching, we are all on high alert for scary things hiding in dark corners. However, even with this seasonal vigilance, law firms may not realize they have skeletons in their own closets.

Not real skeletons, of course. We’re talking about paper files in the records room or office cabinets, often accompanied by bankers’ boxes looming in closets and under desks. And then there is the massive amount of paper files many law firms have stored at off-site facilities. The paper sits there, costing the firm money. To make it worse, no one wants to talk about it, yet for any law firm, the thought of silently losing money for no good reason is terrifying, as it should be—in most cases, the loss over paper storage is unnecessary.

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