Internet Issues: Privacy, Security, Regulation & Ethical Duties toward Clients When Using Technology

$195.00

Re-Broadcast on August 1, 2017

During this seminar, you will learn about the Internet of Things and the related issues, including, but not limited to, privacy, security, and regulation. The speaker will discuss how each industry is affected by this new technology, the European Commission's position, electronic device security levels, security concerns, data security, ethical use of big data, proposed rules/regulations, state/federal statutes, and relevant case laws.

You will also learn more about the various professional and ethical duties of legal counsel towards their clients when using technology. The speaker will expand upon various ethical obligations that an attorney has towards his/her clients when using technology (e.g., cloud computing, digital currencies, encryption, wireless connection). The audience will learn about the applicable rules when using technology for client matters. The seminar will expand upon the duties of confidentiality and competence when using technology to transmit or store confidential client information. This seminar will also elaborate on a lawyer's duties when the technology is susceptible to unauthorized access by third parties. Mr. Atrizadeh will discuss the basic technologies and associated risks. He will also elaborate upon recent ethics opinions.

This course includes 1 hour of ethics.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Internet of Things: Privacy, Security, and Regulation
  • How do the courts deal with the related issues?
  • What are the applicable rules and regulations?
  • What is the future of Internet of Things?
  • Attorneys’ Duties Towards Clients When Using Technology
  • What are the mandatory steps to evaluate technology?
  • What are the duties when using technology to transmit or store confidential client information?

 
Date / Time: August 1, 2017

  • 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Eastern
  • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Central
  • 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mountain
  • 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Pacific

 
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salarSalar Atrizadeh, Esq. is the principal and founder of the Law Offices of Salar Atrizadeh. He is licensed to practice law in the State of California, District of Columbia, and the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts. He has an extensive background in technology and holds a bachelor’s of science degree in computer information systems with a minor in database management systems.

Mr. Atrizadeh has conducted seminars, and handled cases in state and federal courts, regarding online privacy, cloud computing, cybersecurity, crowdfunding, cyber piracy, digital currencies, e-commerce transactions, electronic discovery, internet sales tax laws, and online banking fraud before legal and non-legal organizations, including, but not limited to, the State Bar of California, State Bar of New Mexico, American Law Institute, University of Tulsa-Oklahoma, Thomson Reuters/Rutter Group, NextSpace, Institute of Internal Auditors, IEEE, Rotary International, and various chambers of commerce. In addition, he has conducted presentations before educational institutions on the topics of cyberharassment, cyberstalking and cyberbullying.

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Section I. Internet of Things: Privacy, Security, and Regulation
a) What is Internet of Things?
b) How is privacy affected by using this technology?
c) How is security affected by using this technology?
d) Which governmental agencies regulate this technology?
e) How is the European Commission dealing with it?
f) How do the courts deal with the related issues?
g) What are the applicable rules and regulations?
h) What is the future of Internet of Things?

Section II. Attorneys’ Duties Towards Clients When Using Technology
a) What are the mandatory steps to evaluate technology?
b) What are the duties when using technology to transmit or store confidential client information?
c) What are the duties when the technology is susceptible to unauthorized access by third parties?
d) What are the relevant authorities?
e) How can the attorney protect him/herself against liability?
f) What is Bitcoin and can it be used by law firms?