Wednesday, May 15, 2019
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Pacific
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Law in Motion: How to Ethically Protect Information
You Carry on Your Mobile Devices

One Ethics Credit eM/CLE
Wednesday, May 15, 2019

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Pacific

The dream (or doom) is now a reality. Attorneys can work anywhere using a laptop, smart phone, tablet or wearable gadget—regardless of whether you’re at the office, home or the beach. But how can you be sure your clients' information is safe? What are the attorney's duties when using mobile devices? 

Guest Speaker Brett Burney explains in plain English the attorney's duties, the risks associated with using mobile devices to practice law, and the basics for how to ethically protect the confidential information you carry on them.
Approved for one hour of Ethics credit for CA, IL and NV attorneys. NY experienced and newly admitted Bar members receive .5 Ethics and .5 Law Practice Management credit. A $59 non-refundable registration fee applies. Active Barkley clients should contact us for complimentary access code. For financial assistance, email Barkley@Barkley.com
About Our Presenter

Brett Burney is a highly sought trainer for attorneys seeking to integrate the latest technology into their practice and an esteemed authority on legal technology. He has served as Chair of the ABA TECHSHOW and speaks regularly for local and state bar associations in addition to being routinely quoted in TechnoLawyer, Legaltech News, and the ABA Journal. Prior to starting Burney Consultants, Brett Burney supported lawyers at the law firm of Thompson Hine LLP, where he worked with litigation teams in building e-document databases, provided counseling on e-discovery issues, and managed the technical responsibilities of presenting evidence at trial.