Expert Insights on Sending and Receiving Emails, Safeguarding Client Communications, and More
Failing to implement proper technology policies and practices often results in nasty consequences. Are you willing to take that risk? This focused program shows you how to prevent and deal with the top tech issues that law firms encounter. Discover guidelines for using cloud storage, identify the dangers posed by receiving emails intended for someone else, unearth the risks of failing to preserve text messages, and more. Build your tech skills - register today!
Examine best practices for storing data.
Review essential guidelines for sending emails.
Uncover practical guidance for maintaining ethical standards while texting clients.
Analyze legal best practices for using messenger apps.
Develop strategies for avoiding cybersecurity threats.
Managing Email Accounts and Storing Data (Duty of Confidentiality)
Do Lawyers Have a Duty to Be Reachable by Text and Email?
Cloud Storage and Data Security
Best Practices in Password Creation and Storage
How to Determine Which Emails to Delete - and When
Metadata: What You Must Know
Outsourcing and Safeguarding Confidentiality
Sending and Receiving Emails: Legal Essentials
Inadvertently Creating an Attorney-Client Relationship Over Email
Receiving Emails Intended for Someone Else: Legal Essentials
Dangers Posed by Using "Reply All"
Failing to Identify and Safeguard Privileged Documents: Top Risks
Risks in Using the Same Email Account for Professional and Personal Purposes
Guidelines for Protecting Discovery Materials
Maintaining Ethical Standards When Texting: Essential Guidelines
How to Communicate Ethically With Clients Over Text: Legal Best Practices
Failure to Preserve Texts: Potential Liability Concerns
Safeguarding Confidentiality: What NOT to Send Via Text
The Dos and Don'ts of Texting: With Examples
What You Need to Know About Messenger Apps
Preventing and Addressing Cybersecurity Threats
Types of Attacks and Hacks
Primer on Ransomware
How to Detect Potential Scams
Practical Guidance for Mitigating Damage
Best Practices for Updating Policies and Procedures
Remote Work, Applicable Ethics Rules, and Cybersecurity Considerations
Recent Security Compromises in Law Firms (With Examples)
Peter L Ostermiller is a sole practitioner concentrating in legal ethics and professional responsibility matters. Mr. Ostermiller represents attorneys in disciplinary and reinstatement proceedings, judges in judicial ethics matters, and bar exam applicants. He has also represented parties in attorney’s fee dispute proceedings, attorneys in legal proceedings in which sanctions have been sought against the attorney, represented parties in attorney disqualification proceedings, and counseled lawyers and law firms in their respective rights, responsibilities and duties to other attorneys and their clients. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Louisville Bar Association and the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers. Mr. Ostermiller served on the Kentucky Bar Association's Ethics 2000 Committee which proposed changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct to the KBA, which resulted in the July 2009 revisions to the Ethics Rules. He graduated with his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Louisville.
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