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WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
We live in a time of rapid technological advancement. New technologies such as artificial intelligence, facial recognition, autonomous vehicles and drones, and apps and wearables that collect and use personal information are constantly evolving. These technologies, some of which have taken on expanded roles due to the pandemic, raise legal and practical concerns for lawyers and their clients that should be addressed at the onset rather than managed after problems arise.
The program will also feature a segment on the ethical obligations of attorneys to understand new technologies so that they may use the new technologies themselves and offer competent advice to their clients.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Examples of new technologies
- How new technologies might lead to regulation and give rise to litigation over their use
- Cybersecurity laws that new technologies might be subject to and how to prepare attorneys and clients to comply with these laws
- Half-day Program
- Up to one hour of Ethics CLE Credit
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This program is designed for all attorneys, whether in private, in house or solo practice. Every lawyer should understand new technologies so that they may use the new technologies themselves and offer competent advice to their clients.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: In-house counsel, outside attorneys, and related professionals responsible for maintaining client privacy and securing client data.
Prerequisites: An interest in maintaining client privacy and securing client data.
Advanced Preparation: None