Disaster Preparedness for Lawyers
Created on January 28, 2020
Disasters, both natural and manmade, happen. Lawyers should both anticipate and be prepared to respond to disasters so that their law firm - and the confidential information that they create and store - is protected and reasonably available once the disaster has passed. This course will address how to prepare for and respond to disasters, with an emphasis on the importance of competence under RPC 1.1, maintaining confidentiality under RPC 1.6, and dealing with support personnel and vendors under RPC 5.2 and 5.3.
- Define and anticipate "disaster"
- Protect confidential information
- Restore and rebuild your workspace
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