The legal industry today has become one of the most robust business sectors of the United States economy. Attorneys who must handle the financial activities of their clients must adhere to the provisions of the Financial Modernization Act of 1999, commonly referred to as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB). The following sectors fall under the GLB standards for lawyers dealing with their clientele’s:
- Financial Planning
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate Closing
- Any dealings in the financial capacity
The years following any type of litigation often eliminate the need to hold onto legal documents, as they lose value and become outdated. However, keeping these legal documents places your clients in a compromising situation. Any disclosure of this information may cause the law firm’s clients to be exposed to preventable risk. Therefore, maintaining a strategic document destruction plan is essential to protecting attorney’s most important client information.
The legal profession is subject to a number of different regulations as outlined by the United States government and the American Bar Association. With this in mind, AllShred Inc. has established a thorough, comprehensive information destruction procedure specific to law firms. In doing so, attorneys are given the added assurance that their clients’ most private information is kept confidential and secure.
- Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act
- Federal Trade Commission Act
- FACTA Disposal Rule
- Sarbanes Oxley Act
- USA Patriot Act
- Electronic Espionage Act
- US Safe Harbor Act
Law firms across the state of Florida have placed their trust in ALLSHRED Information Destruction, Inc. to secure their most sensitive information. With confidentiality, privacy, and reliability at the forefront of each shredding practice, AllShred Inc. is the most direct way to safeguard every aspect of your law firm. Contact ALLSHRED Information Destruction, Inc. today to discuss your law firm’s specific needs and we will develop a customized paper shredding solution for you.