Parlez-Vous Privilege? Protecting Data in the International Cloud (San Francisco)


Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Lindsay Stevens, dir of Software Development, Liquid Litigation Management


Alexander’s Steakhouse
448 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
United States


Phone: (510) 226-7800 or


members free, nonmembers $50


5:30-8:30 pm

CLE Credits:

1 hr

Cloud computing is a powerful tool that offers increased efficiency and cost-savings for both counsel and clients. And as demand and data sizes continue to increase, more law firms and legal departments are turning to cloud computing for its numerous advantages.  Attorney-client privilege when communications are hosted abroad can be preserved through counsel’s understanding of the evolving technology and applicable and changing international privilege laws as well as ensuring proper safeguards are in place like encryption functionality and precise agreements. This discussion covers the risks and presents the range of attorney-client privilege abroad, and what steps counsel can take to ascend to the international cloud with confidence. 



Javascript is required to view this map.