For the most part, corporations across various industries have been able to figure out how they can defensively dispose of the data held in their offices. Generally, “you know what your legal and regulatory obligations are for a certain set of information, and you know what your legal hold obligations are,” says Jason Stearns, director of the legal and compliance group at BlackRock.

But the way such criteria is applied will likely change in the near future.  At the “Making Disposition Defensible: The Tools You Need” Legalweek 2018 session, Stearns joined other information governance professionals in discussing how the European Union’s (EU) General Protection Data Regulation (GDPR) will turn defensible disposition considerations on its head.

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