New Opinions, Competency Issues, Dangerous Attachments, and More
This focused program provides you with the essential knowledge you need to prevent and handle common email slip-ups. Delve into ethical traps concerning unsolicited emails, unearth the pitfalls and perils of mishandling email evidence, and develop strategies for defensibly managing your inbox. Don't let simple mistakes cost you your license - register today!
Review your duties regarding emails and electronic client communications.
Discover the top dangers associated with sending and receiving emails.
Examine legal best practices for mitigating cyber risks.
Uncover practical guidance for responding to breaches and phishing attempts.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.
Applicable Duties and New Opinions
Transmitting Emails: Top Landmines
Competence Issues: Mishandling Email Evidence
Mitigating Cyber Risks: Account, Device, and Network Settings
What's Your Duty? Responding to Phishing Attempts and Breaches
JEREMY EGLEN is the sole legal practitioner for Eglen Law LLC, which provides personal and business law services to individuals and small business owners, including business structure, contracts and agreements, wills and trusts, landlord-tenant matters, trademarks, and copyrights. He is also the judge of the town of Avon, Indiana. Mr. Eglen shares his special interests and experience as an adjunct professor at Butler University, teaching classes on computer ethics and robot programming. He is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association. Mr. Eglen earned his B.A. degree in computer science from Dartmouth College and his J.D. degree from the College of William & Mary-Marshall Wythe Law School. He has spoken at a variety of events for audiences as diverse as the American Antitrust Institute and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations.
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