How to Ethically Mitigate Risk in Remote Meetings and Depositions

Program Number: 3105

Program Date: 01/12/2021

Description

Many elementary school students have mastered the art of remote meetings during distance learning, but some seasoned lawyers still do not understand how to effectively use mute. In this 60-minute presentation, we navigate through the risky waters of using remote depositions and meetings in your law practice.

We offer practical tips for meeting four primary ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct: Competence (Rule 1.1), Communications (Rule 1.4), Confidentiality of Information (Rule 1.6) and Responsibilities Regarding Nonlawyer Assistance (Rule 5.3). The key takeaways will be understanding the technology, training, practicing and being mindful of your video and audio surroundings.

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Available in states

California, Colorado Eligible, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey Eligible, New York, Texas Self Study

Credit Information

50 minute credit hour - 1.0 General CLE credit, based on a 50-minute credit hour, including 1.0 credit Ethics
60 minute credit hour - 1.0 General CLE credit, based on a 60-minute credit hour, including 1.0 credit Ethics

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Presenters


Joanna Storey, Esq.

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

Joanna Storey focuses her practice on defending professionals, providing risk management advice and responding to time sensitive attorney hotline calls. She works with attorneys, health care providers, and other professionals to identify
and resolve their conflicts efficiently.

A Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US), Joanna advises businesses on compliance with privacy-related laws, rules, and regulations and data breach response. She drafts and revises privacy policies and counsels clients on best practices for implementing privacy programs, focusing on the requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Joanna is a regular speaker and contributor to various publications on risk management, ethics and cyber security. She offers practical tips to help attorneys navigate the intersection of ethics, risk management and privacy considerations, with an eye on technology competence. Joanna is involved in a number of professional organizations—including the Bar Association of San
Francisco’s Legal Ethics Committee, where she serves as Secretary.

Prior to joining Hinshaw, Joanna was Senior Counsel at a firm in San Francisco. During her tenure, she served as Chair for the firm’s Professional Development Meetings. Joanna also practiced at a firm in San Jose, California, where she assisted the appellate practice in research and briefing to the California Supreme Court.

During law school, Joanna was the Articles Editor for the Computer and High Tech Law Journal. While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Joanna completed the Journalism Unit of the Washington Semester Program at American University in Washington, D.C. and interned in the “edutainment” division of Discovery Communications.

 

 

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