In the News
Reliance and our managing director were mentioned in the news twice last week. First, on January 28, Lawyers Mutual of North Carolina published a slightly updated version of our primer for attorneys on cell phone hacking. The updated article can be found here.
Second, on Friday, the Charlotte Business Journal published an article entitled “Law firms warned to be vigilant against cyber crime” in their weekly edition dealing with law firms and cyber security, quoting Clark and covering a recent Mecklenburg Bar luncheon featuring Charlotte FBI Agent Colleen Moss. (The full article at the link above is pay-walled.)
Reliance will be featured or speaking in several upcoming state and national CLE programs. First, on February 19, Clark and Timothy Edgar, presently at Brown University, will be presenting an ABA Webinar based on the chapter they co-authored in the ABA Cyber Security Handbook, entitled “Cybersecurity and Understanding the Practice Setting: Government and Public Interest”. The link to the CLE can be found here.
On February 20, Clark will be sitting on an ethics panel at the NC Bar Association’s 2015 Real Estate Hot Topics CLE dealing with the intersection of technology and an attorney’s ethical and legal responsibilities regarding communications with their clients, and storage of/access to their clients’ data. That panel also features Alice Neece Mine of the North Carolina State Bar, as well as Kenneth Stone of Fidelity National Title Insurance Company.
Finally, on February 27, Clark will be moderating a day-long CLE at the NC Bar Center on hot topics in technology and the law, entitled “What Happens When I Click This Red Button?” The seminar will feature Clark as a presenter on mobile device forensics in litigation, as well as Chris Swecker, former Assistant Director of the FBI, and Ashden Fein of Covington & Burling in Washington, DC, trial prosecutor in the Bradley Manning “WikiLeaks” matter, among others.