New Jersey lawyers may maintain client fliles electronically with a third party as long as the third party has an enforceable obligation to preserve the security of those files and uses technology to guard against reasonably forseeable hacking. See New Jersey Supreme CourtÂ Ethics Committee on Professional Ethics Opinion 701 (April 10, 2006).
NJ Lawyers Must Use Reasonable Care to Protect a Client’s Electronic Files
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