Understand the Risks and Rules of Using Mobile Devices in Your Daily Practice
The evolving duty of technology competence and the ever-increasing use of mobile devices for work impose new demands on what attorneys need to know and do to protect themselves and their clients. This focused legal ethics course will give you straightforward guidance on what legal ethics rules apply and what you can do to comply: from using email on your phone to preventing and handling inadvertent disclosure. Register today!
Clarify what attorney duty of technology competence entails.
Identify key risks to client confidentiality when using mobile devices in law practice.
Get simple hacking prevention tips and learn how to prevent unintentional sharing of data.
Attorneys' Duty of Technology Competence - What it Entails
Email on Mobile Devices: Rules and Risks in a Nutshell
THOMAS J. McCLURE, of McClure Law Offices, has a general practice serving individuals, families, and small businesses. Early in his career, Mr. McClure gained valuable experience at the Milwaukee City Attorney's office, Milwaukee County District Attorney's office, then in private practice with an "A" rated Milwaukee litigation firm. A trial attorney by training, with numerous civil and criminal jury trials in his career, Mr. McClure brings a wealth of experience to his clients at the local, state, and national levels in civil, criminal, administrative, and appellate law. He is licensed to practice in all Wisconsin courts, the federal Western and Eastern district courts in Wisconsin, the federal 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, and the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. Mr. McClure received his B.A. degree from St. Norbert College and earned his J.D. degree from Marquette University Law School.
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