Category Archives: Lawyer ethics opinions cloud computing

The Florida Bar’s Board of Governors approves Advisory Opinion 12-3 on cloud computing and protecting client confidentiality at its June 2013 meeting

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog with an update on The Florida Bar’s Ethics Advisory Opinion 12-3 on cloud computing and protecting client confidences when storing client records in the digital “cloud” using third party vendors.  The Florida … Continue reading

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Florida Bar’s Professional Ethics Committee will consider approval of Proposed Advisory Opinion 12-3 on cloud computing ethics at its meeting on June 28, 2013

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog with an update on the status of The Florida Bar’s Proposed  Advisory Opinion 12-3 on the ethics of cloud computing and protecting client confidences when lawyers want to store records in the … Continue reading

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The Florida Bar’s Professional Ethics Committee approves Advisory Opinion 12-3 approving cloud computing with caveats on confidentiality and other issues

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent approval by the Professional Ethics Committee (PEC) of Proposed Advisory Opinion (PAO) 12-3 on cloud computing with the deletion of language related to disclosure to the … Continue reading

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Update: Florida Bar’s Board of Governors directs Professional Ethics Committee to prepare opinion on cloud computing

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will provide an update on the status of the potential ethics advisory opinion on cloud computing and the recent decision of the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar (BOG) to … Continue reading

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Florida Bar’s Professional Ethics Committee requests Board of Governors to direct it to prepare ethics opinion on cloud computing

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent request of the Professional Ethics Committee of The Florida Bar (PEC) to request that the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar (BOG) direct it to prepare … Continue reading

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