5 Concepts to Consider When Drafting a Privacy Policy

By Mark L. Farina, Klineburger & Nussey   Privacy policies, we have all seen them.  Whether large booklets of small type, pop-up messages requiring an affirmative “click,” or long scrolling lists of dense text, their universal intent is to inform users about the collection and interaction of data they provide.  For this article, “users” refers
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Website Security, SEO, Portals & Legal Ethics

By Jennifer Ellis, Esq.   These days most businesses have websites that market to potential clients/customers. Also, some businesses offer a portal through which they communicate with clients/customers. Of course, many businesses take payments through their sites. For law firms, all these issues come into play. However, law firms must be cautious about meeting ethical
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The Sky Is Falling: If You Aren’t Paperless, Remote Technology Is Useless & You May Not Be Ethically Competent

By Daniel J. Siegel, Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel LLC   The sky is falling! The sky is falling! I am always being accused of being the Chicken Little of law office technology, always warning attorneys and law firms that they need to use technology and remove the leech of dependency on traditional methods
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An Approach to Discharging the Duty of “Reasonable Care” in Data Breach Matters

By Joseph Decker and Brett Creasy, CCE, CISSP, bit-x-bit LLC   When a company is targeted and a data breach results, the exposure can be staggering.  To take the most extreme example, Equifax’s Jan. 13, 2020 settlement of a 2017 class action data breach lawsuit, regarding a breach incident that affected approximately 147 million people,
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