“It’s been a decadeslong problem,” he says,…
Our intent is to explore this complex and tangled issue piece-by-piece to make sense of the current thinking around data protection, legal ethics and regulation.
Admittedly, these articles are often a bird’s…
Jason Tashea and Victor Li
If personal and confidential data are the currency in today’s electronic world, then law firms are sitting on a gold mine.
John P. Carlin, Robert S. Litt, Hayley R. Curry and R. Taj Moore
Corporate litigator Jane Doe sat down at her desk Monday morning and logged on to her computer. She opened an email appearing to be from a client that read: “Hi. Could you please take a look at this document? It’s urgent.” Doe clicked on the attachment. Two weeks later, a…
Our yearlong series explores cybersecurity and how lawyers can better safeguard their confidential information. See our first installments:
• Prepare, practice, protect: A strategy for defeating cyberthreats to lawyers
• Large law firms’ secret information from big-money clients entice cyberthieves