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).