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Subject: RAIN 1014: Legal
From: Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 14 Oct 2003 08:21:57 -0400

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Butzel Long sues to get client files returned
By Andrew Dietderich
September 01, 2003
The Detroit-based law firm Butzel Long P.C. is concerned about the fate of nearly 16,000 boxes of its
client files allegedly being held hostage in a Livonia warehouse because of a contract dispute.
That's according to a complaint filed Aug. 4 in Wayne County Circuit Court in Detroit by Butzel Long
against Boston-based Iron Mountain Inc. (NYSE: IRM) and its subsidiary Iron Mountain Information
Management Inc.

Newsday 10/02/03
E-mail Warned Quattrone
Prosecutors: Banker ignored message to keep
By Patricia Hurtado
October 2, 2003
Prosecutors yesterday showed a Manhattan jury a copy of an electronic message that a Credit Suisse First
Boston employee sent to former star investment banker Frank Quattrone, alerting him not to destroy
records because they were the subjects of a federal probe.,0,1998513,print.story?coll=ny-business-print

Saved Documents at Issue
CSFB lawyer says staffers not told to keep papers
for probe
By Patricia Hurtado
October 8, 2003
A top Credit Suisse First Boston lawyer testified yesterday that the Wall Street firm did not send out a
broad notice alerting staffers to save documents concerning a federal grand jury probe until two days
after star investment banker Frank Quattrone directed underlings to clean out their files.,0,23247,print.story?

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Some state libraries purging records
Actions follow warning on Patriot Act
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Last Updated: Oct. 6, 2003
The Wisconsin Library Association has warned libraries about the new federal
Patriot Act, leading some to purge circulation records to protect privacy, and
others to begin warning patrons about the law's effects.
The warning came last spring in the form of a sample policy for the association's
member libraries to use to "protect against the unwarranted invasion of the
personal privacy of library users." In recent months, the association has surveyed
its members on what actions they've taken.
Shumaker pay axed
UT trustees rescind ex-president's severance deal by unanimous vote,1406,KNS_347_2339356,00.html

Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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