Shawndra Jones, Senior Counsel, will speak on three panels at "Legal Ethics in the Digital Age 2018," a live event and webcast hosted by the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA):

What Attorney Competence Means When It Comes to Handling Electronically Stored Information

  • What do the New York rules and ethics opinions say about technical competence?
  • What knowledge is required for eDiscovery?
  • What can happen to a lawyer when things go wrong?

Tips and Tools for Protecting Privilege and Work-Product in Electronic Communications and Publications

  • How does RPC 1.6 Address Confidentiality of Electronic Communications?
  • How does RPC 4.4(b) Address Receipt of Inadvertent Communications?
  • How Might Clawback Agreements and Orders Protect Against Inadvertent Waiver?

Managing Records in the Cloud and Elsewhere: Takeaways for Organizing Your Client Files

  • What due diligence and supervision mean to a lawyer, and how they may be achieved
  • What data security entails, and what might be reasonable steps to secure client data
  • If there is a breach, who must you tell and what else must you do?

For more information, please visit

Event Detail

New York, NY
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