Sat Aug 30 13:02:35 PDT 2014

Oversight: Duties analysis: How is duty to protect analyzed?


Options:

Option 1: Internal legal, management, and related specialists will create and periodically reassess duties to protect.
Option 2: External specialists will create and an internal team will periodically reassess duties to protect.
Option 3: External specialists will create and periodically reassess duties to protect.

Basis:

Internal legal, management, and related specialists will create and periodically reassess duties to protect.
If adequate time and expertise is available, internal teams should create and maintain the duties to protect, including undertaking all of the change management associated with those duties and the enterprise maturity level.

External specialists will create and an internal team will periodically reassess duties to protect.
If internal expertise is lacking, an external specialist team should be engaged to perform the initial duties to protect analysis and internal expertise can then learn from the process and initiate internal ongoing training and awareness to perform periodic updates associated with those duties and the enterprise maturity level.

External specialists will create and periodically reassess duties to protect.
Specialists in the specific areas of law spend significant amounts of time and effort honing their skills and knowledge and tracking the areas they specialize in. Many enterprises choose to use these specialists rather than engage in the training and specialization required top gain from the economy of scale of external experts who spend their time in this area.

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