Oregon lawyers may access publicly available information on social networking sites, can request access to non-public information if the person is not represented by counsel in the matter, and may
Lawyers may store client materials on a third-party server so long as the lawyer complies with the duties of competence and confidentiality to reasonably keep the client’s information secure within
Oregon State Bar Legal Ethics Comm, Op. 2005-137 (August 2005) discusses whether lawyers may engage in joint venture to offer web-based online legal information system for a fee.
Lawyers may visit the web site of a client’s adversary in litigation because it does not violate the rule against lawyers’ communications with persons known to be represented by other