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Under Model Rule 1.6, lawyers must take reasonable precautions to protect any client information and data in their custody. Remote work, and being able to practice from anywhere, can have great advantages but it also introduces potential privacy and data security issues.
Join Paul Unger, national speaker and legal technology expert, to learn the ethical and malpractice pitfalls of artificial intelligence, and both mobile and everyday law office computing. Unger will go over different options for cloud computing and how to safely and centrally store documents, data, and programs in the cloud. He will also show which programs and features you should use with storage options like Dropbox, Box, and OneDrive.
Unger will discuss security vulnerabilities related to documents, emails, and the metadata associated with those files, as well as how to properly delete client data, assign passwords, and dispose of computer equipment–all while protecting client privacy.
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Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program and comply with CLE requirements.