Ethical Risks Posed By Texting Clients, Using Messenger Apps, Working in the Remote Firm, and More
Whether you're a new attorney, or you're a seasoned lawyer with years of experience, you don't want to miss this course! Our faculty guide you through the ethical dos and don'ts of emailing and texting in the law office. From best practices for protecting confidentiality to practical guidance for working with vendors, enrich your knowledge - register today!
Review essential guidelines for texting clients.
Discover the legal essentials of using social media in the law office.
Uncover practical guidance for sending and receiving emails.
Examine best practices for working in the virtual firm.
This course is part of the Colorado Professional Responsibility Package series.
Raymond R. Grasing is an attorney with Grasing & Associates. He has more than 25 years of trial experience in New York. Mr. Grasing knows how to try a case in a straight forward convincing manor, and how to pare down the facts and issues to their essential parts to help a jury reach the correct decision. His understanding of the law, gained through his trial experience, provides his clients with a distinct competitive advantage, whether or not their case gets to trial. Mr. Grasing practices in the areas of commercial litigation, personal injury, construction disputes, insurance coverage disputes, insurance coverage, collections, subrogation, arson, and fraud cases. He earned his B.A. degree from the State University of New York and his J.D. degree from Brooklyn Law School.
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