A preview of the soon-to-be-published book, “Growing and Maintaining Your Law Office”. Attendees will learn about ethical obligations to protect attorney-client privacy, confidentiality and security — both personally and via the smart-phones, computers & software they use daily.
Hot on the heels of Calbar's Annual Meeting offer, my Law Practice Management & Technology Section is doing you one better:
"During the month of August, you have an opportunity to join the LPMT Section free and enjoy the benefits of membership. To receive your FREE LPMT Section membership for the remainder of 2011, just send your name and California State Bar number to LPMT at LPMT@calbar.ca.gov by August 27."
“A ‘disaster’ encompasses a lot more than you might think. The ‘physical’ office is covered; what about the ‘virtual’ office? If you suffer a catastrophic failure on Monday, can you be back in business Tuesday morning? Are there ethical issues? It’s 2 am. Do you know where your data is?”
Hey, that’s what I get for writing synopses at the last minute, late at night. How many times do you think a tech-weenie like myself has used the line, “It’s 2 am. Do you know where your data is?” (Answer: Too many times!!!).
I’m sure Hillary Clinton thanks me.
An IT Executive Turned Privacy, Cyber Security & Litigation Attorney and Consultant Shares his Personal Insights.