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CLE: Can Attorneys Work in the Cloud? An Analysis of Contract, Regulatory and Ethical Issues Relating to Cloud Usage and Storage

Illinois attorneys who use computers or represent HIPAA-covered entities or business associates won’t want to miss this half-day seminar in Chicago or via live webcast on November 21, 2014 that discusses the important issues an attorney must consider when using cloud-based services, such as DropBox and Google Drive, to store business and client information. Those joining us on-site in Chicago or via the Internet for the live webcast will gain a better understanding of: contract, regulatory, and professional responsibility issues regarding cloud storage and other cloud services; the contracting challenges associated with protected health information and electronic records being stored in the cloud; the responsibilities of attorneys acting as HIPAA business associates; popular cloud-based services designed for attorneys; and much more.

The seminar is presented by the ISBA Standing Committee on Legal Technology and co-sponsored by the ISBA Health Care Law Section. It qualifies for 3.75 hours MCLE credit, including 1.75 hours Professional Responsibility MCLE credit (subject to approval).

Click here for more information and to register.

Posted on November 12, 2014 by Chris Bonjean
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