Speaking Engagements

Ethical Concerns about Cybersecurity for Lawyers

38th Annual Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference
10.23.14

2:30 p.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Peter S. Vogel, chair of the Firm's Internet, eCommerce and Technology Team, is scheduled to speak on "Ethical Concerns about Cybersecurity for Lawyers" at the 38th Annual Page Keeton Civil Litigation Conference. Reports of cybersecurity breaches are in the news daily, and lawyers must be aware of ethical risks in using internet resources. Mr. Vogel's presentation will cover the ethical risks that affect clients, the courts and an attorney’s everyday law practice.

CLE credit, including ethics credit, is available for attendees. More information and registration options can be accessed here.

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