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Course #341- Ethics: Issues of Email and Technology in Legal Practice - CD

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Speaker: James Griffiths

Course 341

1 hour MCLE Ethics Credit

Do you ever use email in your law practice?  How about drafting legal documents and pleadings on the computer?  Or drafting discovery documents or transactional documents and emailing them or filing them online? In this session, we will discuss important emerging areas of legal ethics and technology. 

Key Points:

1. Metadata - definitions, hazards, confidential vs. privileged information

2. How to remove embedded data

3. Ethical issues involved for attorneys receiving electronic documents

4. Different state jurisdictions 

5. Recent developments in metadata and electronically stored information (ESI)

Objectives:

  • Understand the rules governing client files containing electronic documents created by the attorney
  • Identify the dangers of having metadata and how clients or other attorneys can use it against you
  • Compare and contrast the privacy levels of email and electronic communication to phone calls and personal meetings

James Griffiths is an attorney at Lepiscopo and Associates in San Diego, California. He focuses his practice on business litigation, personal injury, and non-profit corporation. 

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