The duty of confidentiality arises from the relationship of trust.
As part of their professional code, attorneys have a duty to keep the confidence and secrets of their clients. In fact, without their client’s informed consent to disclose confidential information, the duty of confidentiality has a small number of exceptions. In consideration of handling digital documents, the duty of confidentiality obligates attorneys who use technology to use competent and practical steps in order to protect their client’s data. This video reviews how the duty of confidentiality, as well as the duty of competence, is required when handling digital documents.
Salar Atrizadeh, Esq.
Law Offices of Salar Atrizadeh
- Principal and founder of the Law Offices of Salar Atrizadeh
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of internet, computer, and technology laws
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on internet and technology laws; see https://www.atrizadeh.com/salar-atrizadeh-esq.html
- Author of several publications related to the areas of your practice area; please refer to internetlawyer-blog.com
- Education; see atrizadeh.com/salar-atrizadeh-esq.html
- Membership information; see atrizadeh.com/salar-atrizadeh-esq.html
- Can be contacted at [email protected], atrizadeh.com, or Twitter: @SalarAtrizadeh
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