(Denver, Colo., Feb. 25, 2021) – Moye White LLP is pleased to announce partner Charles F. Luce, Jr. spoke on the ethical implications of client communications in digital format – text, email, and more – at a recent National Business Institute (NBI) seminar, Technology Ethics 101: Emails, Texting and Phishing. The program is now available on demand.
Luce, who also serves as chair of the firm’s intellectual property group, and co-chair of its law practice professionals group, provided real-world ethical guidance and compliance tips. The CLE course outlined best practices for setting up email accounts, storing data, sending and receiving email, and maintaining legal ethics when texting. It also covered various messenger applications, including which are safest and what precautions to take when using each.
In his practice, Luce counsels clients of every size on trademarks, copyrights, computer technology, Internet law, licensing, contracts, and other areas of intellectual property.
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