Legal Documents

Lawyers on Record Management

Many industries have different needs when it comes to record management. The medical field has HIPAA, schools have FERPA, and nearly any business that deals with credit cards has FACTA. Lawyers and other legal professionals don’t have anything like this on the federal level. Lawyers in most, if not...

Laws and Regulations Affecting Legal Document Storage and Scanning

Although law firms and legal departments may specialize in legal guidance and counseling, there nevertheless laws that the legal industry itself must be mindful of in their practice when it comes to legal document management, storage, and scanning. Primarily impacting how companies and businesses from varying ends of the...

Why Use Scanning Services for Legal Documents?

Legal offices and private practices accumulate excessive volumes of paperwork. Individual cases can create thousands of files, many of which are extremely confidential. While law offices have operated using physical files for decades, new technologies have made the digital world simple and appealing. Record Nations offers legal document scanning...

Are Digital Legal Document Admissible in Court?

One concern for businesses when they consider converting the paper documents to digital ones is if they are admissible in court. If they are admissible in court then calling up the local document scanning company doesn’t make sense. Many of the documents that are saved are for operational purposes. But an...