With recent headlines about successful attacks on corporate computer systems, safeguarding client electronic information is an issue that all attorneys must address. This presentation discusses the ethical rules that require attorneys to understand and address the risks associated with the use of electronic communications and electronically stored data. It also provides practical suggestions for developing and improving your clients’ plans for dealing with those risks.
The live presentation of this program was approved for 1.0 hour of ethics in Illinois, 1.0 hour of professional responsibility in California, and 1.2 hours of ethics in Missouri.
June 29, 2016
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