Comply with Continuing Legal Education Requirements and Protect Your Professional Reputation
Email has long become one of the primary means of communication of attorneys with clients, opposing counsel, third parties, and even the court. This legal ethics guide offers practical guidance for using email to its full potential without fear of running afoul with the highest legal ethics standards. Stay beyond reproach - register today!
Shore up of email account settings and data storage options with additional protections.
Clarify how rules of professional conduct apply to the daily email use.
Understand how email is used in litigation.
Guard client confidentiality with every email sent.
Ensure your added safety measures extend to all your mobile devices.
Applying the Model Rules to the Use of Email
Ethical Best Practices for Sending and Receiving Emails
Data Security and the Attorney's Duty of Confidentiality
JOHN M. GROSS is general counsel for Taylor English Duma LLP, and a member of the firm's litigation and dispute resolution practice group. He focuses his practice on financial and business organization litigation, commercial disputes, internal investigations, and corporate governance matters. Mr. Gross has served as lead counsel before federal and state trial and appellate courts, in administrative proceedings, and before ADR panels. His clients have included Fortune 100 companies, financial institutions, manufacturers, national and small-town community banks, corporate directors and officers, wealthy individuals, and small business owners. Mr. Gross is admitted to practice in Georgia and New York, and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia. He earned his B.A. degree, with highest distinction, from Indiana University and his J.D. degree from Yale Law School.
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