ABA Recommendations on the Legal Ethics of Technology: The Latest Developments for Corporate and Outside Counsel (live audio)

Date:

Friday, September 28, 2012

Sponsor(s):

Speaker(s):

Steven C. Bennett, partner & chair, e Discovery Committee, Jones Day

Fee:

$179

Time:

noon EDT, duration 1 hr

CLE Credits:

1 hr

 

ABA Recommendations on the Legal Ethics of Technology: The Latest Developments for Corporate and Outside Counsel will be discussed in a West LegalEdcenter® live audio seminar. Celesq AttorneysEd Center is the content partner.

The seminar will run for an hour and being at noon EDT on Friday, September 28.

The ABA created its Ethics 20/20 Commission in 2009 to consider solutions to ethical challenges arising from 21st Century technological realities. Recently, the commission released draft proposals for revision of the ABA Model Rules in several areas that may be affected by modern technology including the following: confidentiality (including unauthorized disclosures and hacking); client development through electronic media; and outsourcing.  In this live webcast, Steve Bennett, a partner at Jones Day, examines the commission's ethics proposals and suggests practical solutions to the issues raised by the ABA.