Raising the Stakes on Client Confidentiality

Lawyers can make a "reasonable effort" to protect client data from falling into the wrong hands with the help of information rights management.

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Lawyers can make a "reasonable effort" to protect client data from falling into the wrong hands with the help of information rights management.

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  • Adam Licht

    Hi Ken - can we connect to discuss the paper file issue? I‘d like to learn more about your thoughts in this area. Thanks, Adam Licht / alicht@intralinks.com

  • Kent Henderson

    86% of firms state that their paper file is the file of record. We worry a lot abut cyber security-- and we SHOULD-- but all of that client info is also on paper and sitting in boxes and being carried under the arms of attorneys. It is easy to lose. It cannot be secured. We believe this to be more dangerous than the electronic threats.

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