Inadvertent Disclosures, Removal of Metadata, Disclaimers, and More
This program delves into the core ethical issues attorneys need to consider when using e-mail and online communications. From the do's and don'ts of social networking websites to challenges with cloud storage services, develop practical strategies for preserving confidentiality and privilege. Register today!
Review pertinent rules on confidentiality and the work-product doctrine.
Discover guidelines for handling waiver issues.
Examine legal best practices for safeguarding attorney-client privilege.
Stay informed of new opinions and legal updates.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.
Rules on Attorney-Client Privilege, Confidentiality, and the Work-Product Doctrine
Exceptions to and Waivers of Privilege
Best Practices for Guarding the Attorney-Client Privilege
ROBERT A. KEZELIS is a sole practitioner in Palos Heights, Illinois, where he practices in the areas of civil litigation, family law, and complex litigation. He is a former adjunct professor at John Marshall Law School, and in 1991, he was the first American professor invited to teach in Lithuania after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Mr. Kezelis has spoken for various professional groups on topics related to his areas of practice. He earned his B.A. degree from Northwestern University and his J.D. degree from John Marshall Law School. Mr. Kezelis is a member of the Chicago (member, Professional Responsibility, Civil Practice and Judicial Evaluation committees), Illinois State, and Lithuanian American (former president) bar associations, as well as the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association.
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