Protecting your digital documents for attorneys is now not only part of best practices but a legal ethics requirement. This practical compliance guide will give you a set of tools to determine what must be done to prevent breaches when storing, editing, and sharing digital documents. Learn when and how to destroy digital documents and get guidance for handling data in the context of discovery and litigation. Protect your professional reputation - order today!
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Presenter: Charles F. Luce Jr.
CHARLES F. LUCE JR. is a partner with the Denver law firm Moye White LLP, chair of its intellectual property group, and co-chair of its law practice professionals group. A graduate of the universities of Colorado (B.A.) and Oregon (J.D.), he is a frequent author and speaker on the impact of technology on legal ethics and the practice of law. Mr. Luce has served as a lecturer in law in professional responsibility at the University of Denver, and since 1986 as a member of the Colorado Bar Association's Ethics Committee. He is the publisher of Charles Luce on Legal Ethics and the Practice of Law, the first Internet website devoted to Colorado legal ethics issues, and a blog of the same name (coloradolegalethics.com).