Ethics is an integral part of any professional practice. But be that as it may, it is a fact that lawyers are also human and are susceptible to making errors. There are so many areas in ethics lawyers can miss. However, the repercussions for these mistakes can be more grave as legal entities. That said, lawyers bear the responsibility of being proactive, well-informed, and up-to-date with legal ethics guidelines.
In this episode, Daniel Siegel joins us to discuss the most common violations of ethics lawyers and law firms encounter. He also delves into the number one source of client complaints with lawyers: mismanagement of communication. Daniel shares actionable tips on managing time and client expectations, handling IOLTA, and law firm equity stakes.
The ethics lawyers have to follow may seem complex, but ignorance is no excuse. If you want to avoid ethical pitfalls as a lawyer, this episode is for you.
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You're just a small company, so surely cybercriminals won't target you, right? Or maybe you're thinking, "We're a really big company; no one would dare target us." The truth is both of these statements are wrong. Cyber risk threatens everyone — as long as you make yourself an easy target. That's why everyone, whether you're a nine-figure law firm or a small corner shop, should learn how to get into cybersecurity.
In this episode, Kip Boyle discusses why and how to get into cybersecurity. We review basic security procedures that drastically reduce your cyber risk and explain one of the most common attacks.
If you’re a business with any kind of digital presence, this episode is for you.