Having A Chief Privacy Officer Reassures Your Firm's Clients

Law360, New York (July 27, 2017, 10:03 AM EDT) -- Law firms' most valuable assets, aside from their intellectual talent and experience, are their client relationships, which ultimately are founded on trust. Clients ask their attorneys to handle their most sensitive business and personal issues, to be discrete and professional, and keep that information safe and secure. They divulge trade secrets, new inventions, business plans, acquisition targets, and employee hiring and firing concerns. They seek help with their most sensitive family and personal financial matters.

As law firms gain more sophistication with social media and mobile technologies, moreover, they are entering the data business in other ways. They host events and...

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