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ASPs. Very Dangerous? You Go First by Peter Krakaur and David Hricik: an article discussing the ethical issues associated with the use of Application Service Providers (ASPs) (2002).
E-Mail Communication For Client Matters — A Multinational Survey: by Lance Johnson, Kojiro Furusawa, Juan Carlos Ojám, Steven L. Nemetz, Andrew Braithwaite, and John Dean (June 4, 2000)
How to Avoid Losing your License on the Information Superhighway: Ethical Issues Raised by the Use of the Internet in The Practice of Law: By Kurt Metzmeier and Shaun Esposito. This article riginally appeared in The Kentucky Bar Association Bench & Bar, Volume 62, Number 2, Spring 1998. pp. 14-23.
Internet Communications - Part II, A Larger Perspective, by William Freivogel (January 1997). This article appeared in the January 1997 issue of ALAS Loss Prevention Journal (Vol. VIII, No. 1, p.2), a joint publication of Attorney’s Liability Assurance Society and Lawyers’ Liability Review. Reprinted with permission of William Freivogel.
People, Not Products, Protect Client Confidences: Why You Should Not Rely on Encryption to Fulfill Your Ethical Obligations by Peter Krakaur: an article by the publisher of LegalEthics.com suggesting attorneys need to consider security from a process perspective, not merely as a question of purchasing a security product. (September 6, 2000).
Professional Legal Organizations on the Internet: Websites and Ethics, by Drew L. Kershen (October 1998).
Professional Responsibility and Confidentiality Considerations When Using the Internet, by Mary Frances Lapidus, P.C. (September 1997).
Treat E-mail Like Other Communications: An Argument Against Mandatory Encryption of Attorney-Client Communications, by Peter Krakaur: an article by the publisher of LegalEthics.com arguing against mandatory encryption of e-mail and for a common approach to how lawyers protect client confidences and secrets. (January 1, 1998)