Saturday, May 31, 2014

June 5: Webcast - Ethical Traps and How to Avoid Them

Mark Bassingthwaigthe
FIRST TWO HOURS: The top ten most common malpractice concerns will be identified to discuss how problems can arise and what practice tips and advice that can help the attorney stay out of trouble with each area of concern. Participants will learn what some clients know about legal fees that you don’t, what keeps malpractice carrier claims and risk attorneys awake at night, and why the clients who actually sue you aren’t the ones you’re concerned about.
THIRD HOUR: Computers are wonderful tools. Their use allows law firms to be far more efficient than they would be without them. What information would be compromised if your laptop were stolen? As tech users, our actions can unintentionally circumvent the security tools that have been deployed. What we do with email, Internet browsing, downloading, social networking, and even how and where we do these things matters. Unsecured Wi-Fi is exactly that, unsecured. Just because a signal is there doesn’t mean using it is a good idea. Cybercriminals have the same ability to access that signal as you do. This session discusses technology traps for the attorney and information on how to avoid them.
Ethical Traps and How to Avoid Them
June 5, 2014
9:00 AM - 12:15 PM (Alaska)
Webcast - Preregister now!
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Mark Bassingthwaigthe, Esq., ALPS Property & Casualty Insurance Co.
Alaska Bar Association
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