The Ethics of Cloud Computing for Lawyers | Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division

Nicole Black has looked into the ethics of cloud computing extensively, both for her ABA book about cloud computingand for purposes of articles that she has written such as this recent one for the ABA’s GPSolo ezine: The Ethics of Cloud Computing for Lawyers. The general standard is that lawyers must take reasonable steps to ensure that confidential client data is secure when stored with a particular vendor.

For more information, thanks to Nicole, take a look at this handy chart from the ABA which  summarizes the various decisions from the different jurisdictions on this issue.



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Use iTunes 11 The Right Way With These Tips And Tricks [Feature] | Cult of Mac


“…Look, iTunes 11, I love you and all, but where’s all my stuff? First I needed to figure out the Up Next thing, retool my Search habits, figure out how to make a Genius playlist again, and now I can’t even find the Downloads window. What gives?

If you’re in the same boat, we’re here to help. If you have re-enabled the Sidebar, you’ll notice that there’s no way to click on Downloads any more. Even when there’s a download happening. Here’s the thing: the Downloads window will never be there. iTunes 11 has moved it. Here’s how to find it again….”



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Capitol Confidential » Gov. Cuomo’s top judge candidates are in

Read entire news article here.

The Commission on Judicial Nomination’s seven nominees are:

Sheila Abdus-Salaam, Associate Justice, Appellate Division, First Department;
-Rolando T. Acosta, Associate Justice, Appellate Division, First Department;
-Kathy H. Chin, Esq., attorney in private practice (Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP);
-EugeneM. Fahey, Associate Justice, Appellate Division, Fourth Department;
– Jenny Rivera, Professor of Law, CUNY School of Law;
-Margarita Rosa, Esq., Executive Director, Grand Street Settlement;
-David A. Schulz, Esq., attorney in private practice (Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, LLP).

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