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Data Control: Legal Ethics of Cybersecurity

The Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct (“IRPC”) require that lawyers stay up to speed on the benefits and risks of technology. But what do they require lawyers to do, exactly? This session will discuss the relevant IRPCs, how to apply those rules in both small and large firm environments, and the best ways to supervise the data security of employees, assistants, and vendors.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 1 Other PR
SKU: P2009-20E-02
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Expires: 6/1/2022

Faculty: 
James A. Doppke, Jr.,
Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC, Chicago
Chad Main, Percipient LLC, Chicago

Originally presented as part of Data Security for Lawyers: Sensibly Protecting Information in Unusual Times, available in its entirety as P2009-20U.

Expires: 6/1/2022

Faculty: 
James A. Doppke, Jr.,
Robinson Stewart Montgomery & Doppke LLC, Chicago
Chad Main, Percipient LLC, Chicago

Originally presented as part of Data Security for Lawyers: Sensibly Protecting Information in Unusual Times, available in its entirety as P2009-20U.

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Program Date6/12/2020
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Program Date6/12/2020
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