This program, taught by Jenna Karadbil, an IP, Tech, and Privacy attorney, will review the relevant ethics rules (with a focus on New York, as well as the Model Rules) that are associated with the use of technology in law practice. The course will look at the interplay of these rules with a variety of technologies that attorneys use, such as those for communications, calendaring, file storage and sharing, online and offline practice management, and advertising. Given the ubiquity of mobile devices, the program will also consider whether there are different rules for smartphone and mobile technology. Finally, the course will review the use of technology in litigation and evidence preservation.
This will be a practical guide to the ethical issues presented, and will offer best practices to avoid ethical violations.
This course originally appeared as a part of our June 2019 Bridge the Gap Event.
Jenna F. Karadbil has almost 20 years of legal experience representing US and international companies in transactional and ligation matters, related to technology, intellectual property, privacy, advertising, entertainment and related rights and issues. She frequently speaks around the world on technology, intellectual property, and privacy issues. Ms. Karadbil is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/US and was honored by Legal 500 for her work on data protection and privacy. She is a former President and Board of Director for the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), and now serves as a member of the Advisory Board. Ms. Karadbil has an AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale Hubbel and is a Super Lawyer® for intellectual property in New York. She previously worked for an AMLAW top 20 law firm and acted as general counsel for an employee engagement software company before moving to her own practice five years ago. Ms. Karadbil received B.S. (information systems) and J.D. degrees from the University of Arizona and is admitted to the Arizona, California, Nevada and New York bars.