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California's Proposed Formal Opinion Interim No. 11-0004 considers: what are an attorney’s ethical duties in the handling of discovery of electronically stored information? The opinion interprets rules 3-100, 3-110, 3-210, [...]
The Professional Ethics Committee voted on January 24, 2014, to reconsider Florida Ethics Opinion 87-11 to address changes to Rule of Judicial Administration 2.515 regarding electronic signatures.
Connecticut lawyers using the cloud must comply with duties to maintain confidentiality and supervise
Lawyers may use cloud services in their practice but must be conscientious to comply with the duties imposed by the Rules to knowledgeably and competently maintain confidentiality and supervisory standards. [...]
Virginia lawyers must take care using a virtual law office or shared executive suite. Virginia Legal Ethics Opinion 1872 (March 29, 2013). When a lawyer is using cloud computing or any [...]
Washington State lawyers may use the cloud to store confidential client information provided that they take appropriate due dligence regardig the online provider and its services. The opinion lays out [...]
Main lawyers may store and synchronize electronic work files containing confidential client information. Maine Ethics Opinion #194 (June 30, 2008).Â Processing of firm data may include transcription of voice recordings [...]