Anthony Davis and Steve Puiszis Discuss the Lawyers' Duty of Technological Competence

March 14, 2019

In a New York Law Journal column, Anthony Davis and Steve Puiszis present the first of two articles discussing the lawyers' duty of technological competence. This article considers two realms of competence needed by today's lawyers: data security; and the technology used to run a law firm and practice law.

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You can also read "An Update on Lawyers' Duty of Technological Competence: Part 1," published by the New York Law Journal March 1, 2019, on the NYLJ website (subscription may be required)

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