Amid news of a growing number of law firm data breaches, more in-house legal departments are starting to encrypt their emails with outside counsel on sensitive matters, including litigation and high-stakes mergers.
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Amid news of increased law firm data breaches, some in-house legal departments are encrypting emails with their outside counsel on sensitive matters, including high-stakes litigation and mergers and acquisitions.
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