Do Lawyers Have a ‘Duty to Google?’

From “BYOD: Risky for Law Firms and Other Professionals,” a session from the 2013 PLUS Conference, John G. Browning, Esq. (Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP) discusses the benefits and risks of technology and the new standards imposed on lawyers to utilize these tools. Is there a “duty to Google?”

More great content like this is available to you at the upcoming Professional Risk Symposium, April 23 and 24 in Atlanta. Register now, and you can also attend sessions at the inaugural Cyber Liability Symposium at no additional charge!

PLUS members can view this entire session, and many more from past PLUS Conferences and Symposia, in the PLUS Multimedia Library.

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