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This program will address ethical, malpractice, and risk management issues associated with email and the use of mobile devices by both attorneys and their clients during the course of representation. Topics covered will include setting boundaries, file documentation, responsible use, maintaining confidentiality, and cyber security. If you’re living in the Land of Oz, oblivious to what the “Don’t Do Stupid” warning is all about, this program’s for you.
Program Table of Contents:
- Managing Your Side of the Attorney-Client Relationship
- Why Delegating Work is a Smart Decision
- Maintaining Confidentiality Should Never Be an Afterthought
- With Free Wi-Fi Be Worried. Be Very Worried
- Data Security – Stop Making Excuses
- When Passwords Fail – A Personal Story
- How to Minimize the Risk of Becoming a Victim of Wire Fraud
- Social Media and the “Don’t Do Stupid” Warning
- Checklist for Becoming Cyber
A Sampling of Attendee Takeaways:
- An awareness of why the use of open public Wi-Fi is a bad idea.
- An understanding of the importance of issuing the “don’t do stupid” warning to clients.
- Identification of practical methods to avoid becoming a victim of wire fraud.
- Knowledge of how to maintain client confidentiality in today’s tech driven world.