Ethical Obligations Regarding Data Security

With the advent of remote work, it is more important than ever that lawyers understand their ethical obligations regarding data security. Now is the time for attorneys to revisit this issue according to Procopio Partner and General Counsel Carole Buckner’s article in the May edition of the Orange County Lawyer’s Ethically Speaking column.

Ethical Obligations in Data Security: Webinar July 30, 2019

UPDATE: A recording of this webinar is now available here. Join Procopio Partner and General Counsel Carole J. Buckner for a one-hour webinar July 30, 2019 on an issue critical to lawyers in our digital age. "Ethical Obligations in Data Security: Significant Compliance Practices" is a live webinar from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET …

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Do You Have a Cyber Attack Incident Response Plan?

Every attorney’s ethical duty of competence requires a lawyer to provide competent representation to a client, applying the legal knowledge, skill, thoroughness and preparation reasonably necessary for the representation. This in turn requires that a lawyer keep abreast of technology, including associated risks and benefits, including continuing study and education. As a matter of best …

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A Lawyer’s Road Map Following a Cyberattack or Data Breach

Lawyers have ethical obligations following a cyberattack or data breach involving confidential client information, where such information is misappropriated, destroyed or otherwise compromised, or where the data event impairs the lawyer's ability to perform client services. The ethical obligation of lawyers following a data breach depend on the lawyer's role, level of authority, and responsibility …

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