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Stay informed of key rules and opinions.
Examine the legal essentials of setting up email accounts.
Identify the dos and don'ts of sending and receiving emails.
Analyze best practices for maintaining legal ethics while texting.
Discover essential guidelines for preventing cyberattacks.
Key Rules and Opinions
Setting Up Email Accounts and Storing Data (Rule 1.6)
Sending and Receiving Emails: Dos and Don'ts
Essentials of Maintaining Legal Ethics When Texting
Raymond Grasing is an attorney with Grasing & Associates. Mr. Grasing has more than twenty-five years' trial experience in New York. He knows how to try a case in a straight forward, convincing manor; 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. He practices in the areas of commercial litigation, personal injury, construction disputes, insurance coverage disputes, insurance coverage, collections, subrogation, arson and fraud cases. Mr. Grasing earned his B.A. degree from the State University of New York and his J.D. degree from Brooklyn Law School.
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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