3 More BigLaw Firms Limit Personal Email Access

By Gavin Broady (June 4, 2015, 6:48 PM EDT) -- Three of the nation's top law firms are reportedly moving to restrict access to web-based email servers through their firms' networks in response to growing client security demands that may soon make personal email a thing of the past for BigLaw employees.

Mayer Brown LLP, Latham & Watkins LLP and WilmerHale are limiting access to popular webmail services like Gmail, Yahoo! and Hotmail in response to concerns over malware and a growing insistence from top clients worried that non-sanctioned email could allow the untracked outflow of sensitive information, according to a report on Above The Law Thursday.

While Mayer Brown and...

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