Formal Ethics Opinion 99-413

Formal Ethics Opinion 99-413

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Protecting the Confidentiality of Unencrypted E-Mail A lawyer may transmit information relating to the representation of a client by unencrypted e-mail sent over the Internet without violating the Model Rules of Professional Conduct (1998) because the mode of transmission affords a reasonable expectation of privacy from a technological ...

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Protecting the Confidentiality of Unencrypted E-Mail A lawyer may transmit information relating to the representation of a client by unencrypted e-mail sent over the Internet without violating the Model Rules of Professional Conduct (1998) because the mode of transmission affords a reasonable...
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