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Early ethics rules date back to 1908. The current ABA Model Rule 1.1 on Competence, adopted in 1983, addresses the client-lawyer relationship with a focus on legal skill:
“A lawyer shall provide competent representation to a client. Competent representation requires the legal knowledge, skill, thoroughness and preparation reasonably necessary for the representation.”
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By Emil Sayegh
It is difficult to think of a comparable cyber event to the one that effectively shut down the fuel pipeline that feeds over a third of the United States. We are in the midst of a national cyber crisis, and while we may have a blueprint for the resolution of these other crises, things must urgently change on the cybersecurity front. (Updated June 9))
By Rita W. Garry
In the past four months of 2021, the amount of state legislative activity around consumer data privacy laws has been frantic, by state legislatures standards. So much so, it is not easy to discern the cause for all this effort.
By Kyle Reese and Nathan Curtis
In 2020, law firms did what they had to do to continue serving their clients. Information governance may have been sacrificed in the face of an urgent, global crisis. As understandable as that is, it’s time now to step back and assess best practices for the new operational model that is here to stay.
By Peter Baumann
Companies are collecting and managing more data than ever, essentially in order to create value, thus in affect making every company a “data” company. But for data to provide value, organizations need to know where it is, who has access to it, how it’s managed, including its longevity value, and how it needs to be secured and protected.