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Notes From A Law Firm Chief Privacy Officer: Balancing Act

Law360, New York (August 10, 2017, 10:52 AM EDT) -- As more law firms become the targets of major cyberattacks, more firms may consider appointing a chief privacy officer. In this Expert Analysis series, CPOs at four firms discuss various aspects of this new role.

Kristin Jones As the role of law firm chief privacy officer becomes more prevalent and expansive, many CPOs are finding themselves in the midst of a delicate balancing act, weighing compliance with government regulations and client requirements on one side with the needs of firm business on the other.

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