Legal Ethics of Email and Other Digital Communication
Fulfill Your Credit Requirements and Get Real-World Compliance Strategies
Email, cell phones and computers are the everyday realities of our personal and professional lives, and their use brings new ethical questions, pitfalls and challenges. Are you taking all the necessary precautions to protect yourself and your clients? Are you storing confidential data properly? Join Barnes & Thornburg attorney Trisha Volpe as she brings you up to speed on protecting confidentiality and privacy in email and other electronic communications. Gain real-world tactics for avoiding ethical missteps and become a more tech-savvy lawyer - register today!
- Guard against easy-to-make ethical blunders and find out how to handle inadvertent disclosures.
- Gain practical tips and tools for creating a secure environment.
- Learn how to retrieve electronic information without overstepping legal or ethical boundaries.
- Enhance your knowledge of different email, phone and computer functions.
- Explore the legal and ethical implications of using apps.
- Navigate interesting, real-world ethical dilemmas.
- Successfully identify and avoid pitfalls that catch many attorneys unaware.
Who Should Attend
This legal ethics guide is designed for attorneys. It will also benefit law firm administrators and paralegals.
- It's a Jungle Out There: Navigating the Digital Landscape as an Attorney
- Email: Did I Just Hit Send? The Rules About, Benefits and Pitfalls of Email
- Cell Phones and Computers: "Please Stop Talking So Loudly" and "I Can See Your Computer Screen"
- Creating a Secure Environment: Protecting Yourself, Your Business and Your Clients
- Electronic Discovery: Legal Issues, Ethical Issues and Best Practices
- Other Realities of the Digital Age
When: Wednesday, Dec. 16
Time: 2 - 5:15 p.m. Eastern