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Lawyers may store client data on a computer which is connected to the Internet, provided that the lawyer takes “reasonable steps” to assure that the confidentiality of data is protected

Source |2017-06-26T18:40:55+00:00Aug 30th, 2005|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The Arizona State Bar Association in July 2005 issued Opinion 05-04 which holds that it is permissible for lawyers to store client data on a computer which is connected to the Internet, but only if the lawyer takes “reasonable steps” to assure that the confidentiality over such information is not lost through inadvertence or theft.

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