The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the practice of law from the physical office to the remote office, with attorneys working in basements, at their kitchen tables and other non-traditional remote locations. The sudden need to work remotely raises technological and ethical concerns for attorneys and their staff. To assist attorneys deal with their newly imposed reliance on remote technology, bar associations, including the Pennsylvania Bar Association, have offered ethical guidance, and have also based guidance in part on ABA opinions. This program will explore the ethical considerations for all attorneys, and provide practical advice how attorneys may address these issues now, and at any other time.
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Daniel Siegel wears two hats–he is a practicing attorney in Pennsylvania and also a full-time technology consultant. As an attorney, Dan focuses his practice on trial and appellate court writing; he also handles workers’ compensation matters and serves as a “second chair” for attorneys – working on the matters that keep them up at night. He is also a is a frequent author and nationally recognized speaker, on the subjects of legal ethics, social media, law firm technology, law practice management, and mobile computing for lawyers. Dan wrote, or co-wrote, “How to do More in Less Time,” "The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC", “The Lawyer’s Guide to LexisNexis CaseMap” and “Checklists for Lawyers,” among other books, all for the ABA Law Practice Division.
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