Download Full Text (125 KB)
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
6:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
185 W. Broadway, Faculty Commons (W203)
Last August, the American Bar Association (ABA) approved a new resolution that requires lawyers to keep pace with “relevant technology” in order to comply with their professional obligations and to competently represent their clients. What technologies must every practitioner know to become competent in today’s legal marketplace? To what extent must a practitioner become familiar with these technologies? What are the benefits and risks?
Topics to discuss include: • Potential perils of technology in an IP law practice • Recent bar opinions, cases and guidance on technology use in law practice • Ethical concerns in using cloud computing, mobile apps, and social media
Speakers Include: Joshua Blank, Esq., Counsel, UBM David B. Shanie, Associate, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP Transitional and non-transitional CLE credits will be available.
New York Law School, "The New(er) Technology Demands of Lawyers" (2013). Institute for Information Law and Policy at NYLS (Event Posters). 106.