Articles From Jonathan Nessler

Law Firms Must Be Cautious About the Handling and Storage of Biometric Data By Jonathan Nessler Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, September 2019 The use of biometrics to identify individuals is already in widespread use, and all businesses, including law firms, must be careful about how biometric information is handled, stored, transmitted, and destroyed.
What every lawyer should know about the internet of things By Jonathan Nessler Business Advice and Financial Planning, July 2019 The internet of things is an ever-expanding group of smart devices that have infiltrated our everyday lives and the daily operations of many law firms, but they present a number of security concerns.
What every lawyer should know about the internet of things By Jonathan Nessler Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, June 2019 The internet of things is an ever-expanding group of smart devices that have infiltrated our everyday lives and the daily operations of many law firms, but they present a number of security concerns.
Lawyers in small firms and solo practice must understand technology that impacts the practice of law By Jonathan Nessler Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, September 2017 The Illinois Supreme Court recently updated the Illinois Rules of Professional Responsibility to make it clear that, in order to provide competent representation, attorneys must keep up-to-date with relevant technology and relevant advancements in technology.

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