How Secure Video Conferencing Can Reduce Malpractice Risk
As COVID-19 shutdown orders were issued in early 2020, attorneys had no choice but to practice “in-house” – literally. This new way of practicing law meant learning how to utilize tools and software already available within the firm or, in some cases, implementing completely new technology.
Without access to in-person interactions with colleagues, staff, clients, and outside counsel, lawyers have turned to video conferencing for business continuity and to maintain relationships with clients and staff. Now, as remote meetings have become the post-pandemic “new normal” for many law firms, the question is no longer if lawyers should use video conferencing, but how to optimize this tool, both in terms of maximizing productivity, as well as another critical consideration: security.
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