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8/17/2016 Brown Bag Ethics Replay Afternoon Session
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Approved for 2 CLE credit hours, including 2 hours of ethics and professionalism credit in Kansas and Missouri.

When: Wednesday, August 17, 2016
12:30 Registration Begins. 1:00 pm Replay Begins
Where: Kansas Bar Association
1200 SW Harrison Street
Topeka, Kansas  66612
United States
Contact: Leslie Daugharthy

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Approved for 2 CLE credit hours, including 2 hours of ethics and professionalism credit in Kansas and Missouri.

Afternoon Session
Kansas Bar Association
Brown Bag Ethics Video Replay

12:30 PM   Registration

1:00 PM   The Ethics of Taking Care of Your Clients, Your Family and Yourself
Anne McDonald, Kansas Lawyers Assistance Program

This program will cover:

∙General ethical principles for taking care of your clients, your family and yourself;

∙Most common practice areas where complaints arise;

∙Most common complaint areas by Rule of Professional Conduct;

∙Which Rules of Professional Conduct relate to taking care of clients;

∙Which Rules of Professional Conduct relate to these issues


1:50 PM   Prepare Yourself and Your Client: Ethical Obligations Surrounding Cyber-Security Issues
Teresa Shulda, Foulston Siefkin LLP, Wichita, KS

By now, nearly all of us have received a notice from one company or another disclosing a data-security breach that may have exposed those oh-so-personal numbers that identify who we are. For lawyers and our clients, the question is no longer “if” but “when” technology systems will be compromised. In a time when data-security breaches are near daily news, lawyers must understand the risks associated with the use of their own and their clients’ technology. That doesn’t mean lawyers must become cyber whiz-kids, but they must recognize data-security issues when they come up and learn how to competently advise clients or when to consult with available experts. And it’s just as important to understand how to protect clients’ confidential information from unauthorized intrusion on law firm computers, servers, and devices. This session will cover some recent data security breach cases. We’ll discuss how some companies and law firms got it right and why others missed the mark. Throughout the session, we’ll discuss an attorney’s ethical obligations to clients both before and after data-security issues arise.


2:40 PM   Adjourn