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Hello, this is Jim Calloway. You may be familar with my blog, Jim Calloway's Law Practice Tips. At this point, I'd suggest you visit that blog. This is an experiment in progress here. I do have a concept and some reasoning behind this, but I'm going to take some time... Continue reading
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Mar 15, 2010
I disagree with one point. Many clients now prefer to receive documents from their professional representatives electronically. Many businesses have digital filing and this saves them the scanning. Some consumers don't want others in their home to have access to their lawyer's mail. In those cases, sending an e-mail informing them of the new document with a link to a secure client document repository is much more secure than sending them an e-mail attachment. So a secure online client document repository can be a very client-centric practice.
I assume even this judge would distinguish online backup, where there is a contract to keep the information stored in the cloud confidential. But this opinion is still stunning in its scope.
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