Mark Krotoski will serve as a panelist in a discussion of cybersecurity and legal ethics at the Fourth Annual Georgetown Law Cybersecurity Law Institute.
The panel will explore the duty of confidentiality (Model Rule 1.6) as it applies to digital communications and materials provided in the course of representation, review the duty of competency (Model Rule1.1) and the evaluation of suitable technology, study the limited evidentiary protection of attorney-client privilege and work product privilege, consider how online "free" services may use data to expose legal practices to risk, and examine data encryption and how to easily implement VPNs and other technologies.
Up to 12.5 CLE credit hours (based on a 60-minute credit hour), including up to 1.25 optional hours of ethics.
Up to 15.0 CLE credit hours (based on a 50-minute credit hour), including up to 1.5 optional hours of ethics.
Up to 12.0 Continuing Privacy Education credits.