David Brandon to Co-Present "Ahead of the Curve: Risk Management for Lawyers" at Jonathan Club in Los Angeles
On Tuesday, December 12 from 3:30-5:30pm, David Brandon will co-present "Ahead of the Curve: Risk Management for Lawyers" at Jonathan Club in Los Angeles. David will be presenting with Matthew Fitterer, a risk control representative for CNA's Lawyers Professional Liability Program. This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education Credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 2.0 hours, including 2.0 hours Ethics MCLE credit.
Program OverviewManaging Legal Outsourcing Risk
This section will discuss trends in legal outsourcing, ethical consideration, potential professional liability traps and risk management tips.
Data Security and Privacy Risk
Cyber security is an evolving field, with new risks for law firms arising as fast as new technology is developed. Our panelists will discuss an attorney’s duty to provide data security and the opportunities that exist to improve law firm security.
Managing Professional Duties Arising from Enterprise Risks in Law Practice
Running a law firm is more than just practicing law. The risks from running a business are often overlooked but can create areas of substantial exposure. This section will address ways to reduce those risks.
The Conflicts Conundrum: Avoiding and Managing Conflicts of Interest
What would an ethics and risk management presentation be without a discussion of conflicts? Our panelists will discuss the most prevalent conflicts that arise and how to avoid them.
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