Today’s law practice is aided, if not driven, by technology tools. This course will identify some of the common, often hard-to-spot pitfalls for the otherwise-ethical lawyer who uses these tools and provide strategies for avoiding problems.
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It helped highlight common sense to little issues like disenabling Word features like "Track Changes" or "Auto-Fill" on emails.
Ethical to use cloud computing; Cannot restrict clients from making negative reviews on form engagement agreements (fed. law); Email w/ clients does not need to be encrypted unless sensitive - "do what is reasonable"; disable auto-address; do not over cable privilege & confidential as a header.
Very informative The presenter's dry humor was a plus.
I liked the tip on knowing just enough to be dangerous and how this is applicable to iCloud. I have personally gone back and forth on storing business information in the cloud and I realize that I only know enough about it to be dangerous. I need to do more research on it and “stay abreast” of this change in technology to fulfill my legal duty before making a decision on using this technology.
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