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March 04, 2007

Do You Have Cyber-Insurance?

Attorney Edward Poll, a highly regarded guru on the business of law has brought to our attention the reality that if you are high-tech, meaning your clients' confidential records are stored in your computer, and computer networks, you had better have 'cyber-insurance.'  He even goes so far as to suggest failure to have this type of insurance can be a violation of your ethical obligations to your clients.

His article in the Law.com's Small Firm Newsletter dated February 26, 2007 is a sobering and informative read.


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