By: Partner Craig Smith
Published in Today's General Counsel
Most attorneys travel with laptops, mobile phones and a variety of other electronic gadgets. Each device can store vast quantities of client data, including confidential information, trade secrets and attorney-client priviledged information, raising the risk that valuable information will be lost, compromised or searched when traveling.
Read the full article in the Fall 2017 edition of Today's General Counsel
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