It’s a well-established fact that attorneys who deal with their clients' financial activities fall under the mandated provisions of the Financial Modernization Act of 1999 – better known as the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, or GLB.
If your practice menu includes real estate closings, financial planning, estate planning, or if you represent a client in any other financial area, you fall under GLB guidelines.
In 2002, the American Bar Association filed an action in Federal District Court to exempt attorneys from Title V of the GLB Act. The action is pending and will likely not be resolved for years. In the meantime, attorneys are still bound by GLB strictures.
But there’s good news: Compliance with the safeguarding provisions of GLB is simple, as is the disposal by shredding of legal files and financial records that contain your clients' Non-Public Information (NPI).
MicroShred can handle all your legal-based document shredding needs. Utilizing truck-mounted powerful industrial shredders, we provide a secure, convenient, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly method to dispose of highly confidential documents and other materials.
Our mobile shredding units come to you and shred all sensitive material at your location, under your supervision.
Our unmatched level of service begins with highly professional customer service representatives who are uniformed, bonded and insured. They have passed stringent background and security checks and are well qualified to handle your sensitive material.
Our service ends with a Certificate of Destruction in your hands before the shredded waste leaves your location. You will receive an easy to read invoice and a quarterly statement of how many trees you have saved by participating in our recycling program.
Our Miami, Florida document shredding staff specialists will suggest and arrange the best data destruction method to fit your needs, whether it's for a one-time bulk shredding or for regular scheduled services.