Legal Ethics in the Technology Age: Exploring a Lawyer’s Duty of Technological Competence

Presented by Jim Walker of Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP, this webinar will focus on providing lawyers with a better understanding of their ethical duty of technological competence, as well as guidance on the ethical pitfalls inherent in practicing law in the technology age.

In this interactive, live webinar, Jim Walker will address the following questions: 

1. What are a lawyer's ethical obligations when using a laptop or cellphone? 

2. What are the ethical risks for a lawyer who uses social media and other apps in both professional practice and his/her personal life?

3. Wh
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Jim Walker concentrates in regulatory proceedings, internal investigations and representing law firms and lawyers in professional liability matters. He represents audit committees, directors, senior executives, law firms, lawyers and other professionals in government and internal investigations of potential criminal, regulatory and/or professional misconduct, and in civil litigation and regulatory proceedings. He has extensive experience in the representation of senior executives in employment disputes and negotiating employment and separation agreements. See More...

Practice Areas:

Business Operations, Media Law, Technology Law

Topics:

 Regulations & Compliance, Employee Data, Monitoring and Privacy, Employee Privacy Laws, Information Technology, Privacy and Data Security, Ethics

Tags:

ethics legal advertising malpractice lawyer data protection

Goals:

GOAL 1Lawyers will gain a better understanding of their ethical duty of technological competence.

GOAL 2Lawyers will learn the ethical considerations that may arise when using various technologies in their practice and personal life.

Audience:

This program is for in-house counsel, government lawyers, litigation lawyers, technology and intellectual property lawyers, and any lawyer who counsels a client developing, purchasing or using technology in their daily business.

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Jim Walker concentrates in regulatory proceedings, internal investigations and representing law firms and lawyers in professional liability matters.

He represents audit committees, directors, senior executives, law firms, lawyers and other professionals in government and internal investigations of potential criminal, regulatory and/or professional misconduct, and in civil litigation and regulatory proceedings. He has extensive experience in the representation of senior executives in employment disputes and negotiating employment and separation agreements.

Mr. Walker has been active in city and state bar associations, including his service on the Association of the Bar of the City of New York Professional Discipline, Professional and Judicial Ethics, Professional Responsibility, and Securities Regulation Committees, and on the New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics, where he has been a member since 1996. In addition to drafting responses to ethics inquiries, he helped draft reports issued by the New York City Bar Association regarding proposed rules to govern the conduct of attorneys who practice before the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Mr. Walker is a frequent lecturer on legal ethics, and has written articles on attorney-client privilege, professional ethics, internal investigations and issues arising under the securities laws. Mr. Walker also serves as general counsel to Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP.

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Legal Ethics in the Technology Age: Exploring a Lawyer’s Duty of Technological Competence

Presented by Jim Walker of Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP, this webinar will focus on providing lawyers with a better understanding of their ethical duty of technological competence, as well as guidance on the ethical pitfalls inherent in practicing law in the technology age.

In this interactive, live webinar, Jim Walker will address the following questions: 

1. What are a lawyer's ethical obligations when using a laptop or cellphone? 

2. What are the ethical risks for a lawyer who uses social media and other apps in both professional practice and his/her personal life?

3. What are the ethical duties for in-house lawyers when it comes to social media and the workplace?

4. What are the ethical duties when using social media to investigate trial witnesses and potential jurors?

5. What are a lawyer's dutiess and obligations in using cloud services?

6. What are a lawyer's duties in preparing for and conducting eDiscovery?

 

*CLE accredited for the state of New York (1.0 Ethics) requires: (1) attendance for entire webinar (start to finish), and (2) completion of post-webinar survey. 

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