Experienced practitioners in the data security and privacy space provide insight on how to respond when a client – or even your own firm – learns about an unauthorized party accessing sensitive information. Includes overview of the legal landscape, including state and federal data breach notification laws and important first steps when initiating an investigation, with advice on best practices and lessons learned from real-life incidents.
Learn about Illinois Appellate Court cases that significantly impact the practice, with important insights for both Petitioner’s and Respondent’s attorneys. Supreme Court Rule 138 and 735 ILCS 5/8-2901 will also be discussed.
Data security, cybersecurity, digital assets, encyrption -- the ethical practice of law now requires attorneys to understand these issues and how they may affect the privacy and security of their offices, their clients, and their staff. This program examines how these concerns fit in the context of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct and also how lawyers can take practical steps to protect themselves and their clients.
As part of investigations, a guardian ad litem relies on third parties. Learn about investigations, when and how to perform discovery, filing motions, the impact of HIPAA, Illinois Mental Health and Disabilities Code, Federal Confidentiality Act, and more.
Learn how to order medical records using the Hi-Tech Act, what to do when your office receives medical records, and how to work with an expert to determine whether a meritorious cause of action exists.