Examining Evolving Legal Ethics in the Age of the Cloud, Mobile Devices and Social Media (Part Two of Two)  

As technology advances – changing the way lawyers communicate with clients and store and use sensitive information – lawyers’ ethical obligations must evolve to keep up.  Addressing technology issues through a legal ethics prism, panelists Pamela A. Bresnahan, a senior partner at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease; and David J. Elkanich, a partner at Holland & Knight, discussed the ethical issues that lawyers face when using technology in their practices, and the practical steps lawyers can take to prevent or mitigate these risks.  This second article in our two-part series covers ethical guidance for attorneys in the realm of social media.  The first article discussed application of ethical rules to technology and the proper use of cloud technology and mobile devices.  See also “Understanding and Addressing Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities at Law Firms: Strategies for Vendors, Lawyers and Clients,” Cybersecurity Law Report, Vol. 1, No. 5 (Jun. 3, 2015).

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