Surviving a Disaster II: Upholding Your Ethical Duty to Protect Clients, Privileged Documents, and Court Records Before and After a Disaster Strikes (On Demand CLE)

    Surviving a Disaster II: Upholding Your Ethical Duty to Protect Clients, Privileged Documents, and Court Records Before and After a Disaster Strikes (On Demand CLE)
    ETHICS 60 min

    Surviving a Disaster II: Upholding Your Ethical Duty to Protect Clients, Privileged Documents, and Court Records Before and After a Disaster Strikes (On Demand CLE)

    The program is designed to examine the ethical obligations of attorneys before, during, and after a disaster as it relates to their clients, privileged documents and court records.
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    The program is designed to examine the ethical obligations of attorneys before, during, and after a disaster as it relates to their clients, privileged documents and court records.

    Panelists will share personal experiences they have faced as a result of recent disasters and offer practical solutions supported by the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. They will also discuss why preparedness is essential to resilience after a disaster in order to remain complicit with ethical and professional model rules.

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    ABACLE , Center For Professional Responsibility , Cybersecurity Legal Task Force , Disaster Response and Preparedness , Division for Public Services , Judicial Division , Law Practice Division , Section of International Law , Section of Litigation , Section of State and Local Government Law , Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division , Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section

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    CE1712DRTOLC

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