Shawndra Jones, Senior Counsel, will co-present "NYC Bar: Electronically Stored Information (ESI) & Remote Lawyering - Critical Issues Attorneys Must Know," a CLE webinar hosted by the New York City Bar.

Electronic information permeates our society in ever increasing volumes and varieties. In this time of COVID-19, when social distancing and offices are or have been closed, the ability of lawyers to work remotely with clients, courts, and adversaries – and to promote themselves – has become vital, and that ability should be expected to increase as work habits change. This two-part webinar will address ethical concerns for lawyers arising out of remote work and will also focus on security requirements that attorneys should understand and implement using the NY SHIELD Act and other laws which they and their clients might be subject to. Part One, the first hour, will look at competence, confidentiality, and supervision issues for attorneys, as well as ethical implications raised by attorney use of a checklist for working remotely. Part Two, the second hour, will look at security requirements under the SHIELD Act and will also provide an overview of other laws. Questions will be taken throughout both parts.

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