Prevent Misconduct When Handling Privileged Information
Confidentiality and privilege are the main guiding principles governing attorneys' handling of information. Are you confident you're following the rules beyond reproach? This legal course focuses on the key aspects of data security, obligations to third parties, consent and disclosure and offers practice tips for making your daily processes safer. Order today!
- Determine which rules apply to specific situations: how confidentiality and privilege overlap and interact.
- Clarify what the practical implications of attorney duty of data security are and what you must do now to comply.
- Don't miss out on important disclosure rules. Learn when and how to obtain consent.
- Get practice tips for guarding documents when storing, accessing and sharing them.
Session time: 1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern
Presenter: Stacie Rosenzweig
- Confidentiality and/or Privilege: Which Rules Apply?
- Attorneys' Obligations to Third Persons
- Data Security Duty and its Practical Implications
- Privilege Exceptions and Waivers
- Protecting Shared Documents
- Obtaining Consent for Disclosure
- Inadvertent Disclosure
This legal ethics briefing is designed for attorneys. It will also benefit in-house counsel, law office administrators, and paralegals.