A discussion of various ethical situations involving trial procedure, pleadings, motions, and discovery.
Cybersecurity in a Legal Practice
October 23, 2019 - 3 pm CDT | Click to Register
October is cybersecurity month and as attorneys, we have an obligation to ensure our firms are safeguarded, both for our sake and our clients'. This session will encourage cybersecurity best practices for law firms by breaking down complex security issues in a format designed for the non-technical lawyer. We will discuss topics from privacy statutes, the types of losses and breaches and how they occur, and why law offices are considered gateways for hackers. We’ll also cover:
Internal threats to your firm’s security and password management
How to manage your office’s inventory and secure office assets
NIST, FTC, HIPAA, and HITECH and what they mean for you
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Total General Credits: 1.0 Total Ethics Credits: up to 1.0
About your speaker
Claude Ducloux, LawPay's director of education, ethics and compliance, has nearly four decades of experience practicing law. Claude has earned many professional honors for his dedication to educating attorneys, including the Gene Cavin Award for Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Continuing Education.
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