Monday, March 10, 2014

Legal Ethics Webinar: Using Social Media and the Cloud


Legal Ethics Webinar: Using Social Media and the Cloud

An online Webinar focusing on ethical issues related to an attorney's use of Social Media and the Cloud in his or her practice will be offered on March 13, 2014 at Virtual LegalTech, 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET -  

Registration is complimentary -- click here to register. 

Ethics CLE will be offered for credit in New York, New Jersey and California to those viewing the Webinars at the appointed times at the Virtual LegalTech presentation on March 13, 2014.*

LegalTech notes that “Protecting Attorney Client privilege is essential to every lawyer. Now most communications are electronic but few lawyers understand how the use of Social Media and cloud computing potentially affects privilege. 

“Lawyers use of cloud computing for record retention impact all clients in eDiscovery for litigation.  This presentation will give specific advice to lawyers so they better understand Social Media and cloud computing as well as the related Cybersecurityre risks.

“Ethics topics will include: Ethical Duty to Provide Competent Representation; Duty of Confidentiality; Ethical Information Gathering; Spoilation Concerns; and Inadvertent Creation of an Attorney - Client Relationship.”


* Ethics CLE credit approval is pending in Florida and Illinois.
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