Welcome to a new year! And if you are an attorney in New York, you are welcoming a new category of CLE.
Beginning on July 1, 2023, licensed attorneys in New York will be required to complete one CLE credit hour of cybersecurity, privacy, and data protection training as part of their biennial learning requirement.
While 40 states (as of
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Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here.
Sign of the Times: New York To Require Cybersecurity CLE Credits
When was the last time you attended a CLE course focused on cybersecurity issues? If you’re anything like most lawyers, chances are you’ve never taken one. But if you’re a New York
Continue Reading Sign of the Times: New York To Require Cybersecurity CLE Credits

By Nathan Alamillo, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law third-year law student, and Dan Linna.

The Catalog of Law Firm Innovations identifies innovative tools that law firms have implemented to improve their delivery of legal services to their clients. An updated version of the Catalog, which will be released in early 2023, contains more than 825 entries, including seventeen law
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A CISO’s responsibility is to be transparent with General Counsel and the C-suite regarding facts relevant to data breaches, including whether any ransom has been paid.
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