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From left: moderator Michael Ross from the Law Office of Michael Ross; Karen Peters, former presiding justice of the Appellate Division, Third Department; Jonathan Stribling-Uss, of Constitutional Communications; James Bernard of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan; Timothy O’Sullivan of the New York State Lawyer’s Fund for Client Protection; and William Rashbaum of the New York Times. Photo: David Handschuh/NYLJ

What happens when a lawyer connects a laptop containing sensitive client information to a public Wi-Fi network or prints out documents from a hotel printer?

Christine Simmons

Christine Simmons writes about the New York legal community and the business of law. Email her at csimmons@alm.com and find her on Twitter @chlsimmons

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