New ABA communications guidelines looks for 21st century update
In a significant opinion published last week, the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility provided additional guidance on a lawyer’s obligations to protect client confidentiality in electronic communications.Formal Ethics Opinion 477 updates an outdated 1999 opinion on encrypted communications, which provided generally that a lawyer could, without violating his or …
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