Ethical Challenges on the Horizon: Confidentiality, Competence, and Cloud Computing (Online Course)
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Ethical Challenges on the Horizon: Confidentiality, Competence, and Cloud Computing (Online Course)

Ethical Challenges on the Horizon: Confidentiality, Competence, and Cloud Computing (Online Course)
Product Code: CET12ECHOLC
Faculty: John M. Barkett, Mindy Caplan, Stephanie L. Kimbro, William C. McNeill III
Publication Date: July 24, 2012
Page Count: 93
Running Time: 90 minutes
Credit Hours: 1.5
Ethics Hours: 1.5
Sponsoring Entities: Center for Professional Development, The Center for Professional Responsibility
Topics: Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Intellectual Property Law, Law Practice Management
Format: Online Course - CET12ECHOLC
Other Formats: CD - CET12ECHCDR Audio Download - CET12ECHAUD
Pricing: $129.00 (Regular)
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In the fast paced world of Web 2.0, knowledge is power and cloud computing is the next frontier. You may be on the cloud already and not realize it. Our expert panel will provide a general overview of cloud computing and discuss the various ethical issues that can arise in connection with it. The panel will examine the various Model Rules of Professional Conduct that are implicated by cloud computing, including the rules regarding competence, diligence, confidentiality, safeguarding property, responsibilities of partners and subordinate lawyers, and client communications. The ABA's upcoming changes to the Model Rules and ethics opinions concerning cloud computing will also be reviewed.

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