Not surprisingly, online data storage can generate a bit of queasiness. Lawyers have an ethical responsibility to protect client information from inadvertently falling into the hands of inappropriate others; failing to carry through with that duty can generate unfortunate repercussions.

A lawyer’s immediate reaction, then, might be to completely dismiss the idea of online storage, and choose instead to stockpile client files as physically close to his or her desk as possible.

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