PRESS: “Attorneys Beware” Ethics & the Cloud Post Republished in February Issue of the Texas Bar Journal

I am blessed that the Texas Bar Journal reprinted my blog post on the ethical issues surrounding attorney use of cloud-based services in this year’s February issue! My original post set forth my observations about how attorneys’ use of cloud-based services, (such as Google Drive, Dropbox and Evernote, to name a few) may leave attorneys […]

Attorneys Beware: The “Cloud” May Be Raining on Your Ethical Obligations

EverNote.  DropBox.  Google Drive. These are but a few of the many cloud-based applications available on the Internet that provide helpful and cost-effective solutions to document creation, collaboration and storage. Traditionally, the need for additional document management capability meant purchasing a new disk drive or a new software package.  Technology has now evolved to the […]

“Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Rain”: Security, Privacy and E-Discovery Issues in Cloud Computing

Below is my presentation on some of the legal issues in cloud computing, updated from my  presentation on the topic 3 years ago, with a bent towards e-discovery and electronically stored information (ESI) in the “cloud”.  This presentation was well received by the Collin County Bar Association’s Litigation Section, very interactive when presented and an […]