“Ethical Concerns: Conducting Research via the Open Web” Webinar: On-Demand Recording

“Ethical Concerns: Conducting Research via the Open Web” Webinar: On-Demand Recording

According to the ABA’s 2014 Legal Technology Survey Report (Volume V: Online Research), well over 90% of researchers use “free online resources” for their research, and many of those practitioners actually start their research with such resources, most often via Google™. 

But what are the risks? And does reliance on such resources—with respect to both investigative and legal research—place practitioners at risk of violating ethical canons? Worse yet, is malpractice implicated?

LexisNexis offered a fast-paced and revealing presentation addressing the ethical concerns of conducting research via the open Web. Our panelists examined the following topics:

    • Risks of legal research on the open Web
    • Developing a firm policy on utilizing the open Web
    • Preserving information found on the Internet
    • Protecting your own Internet content

Speakers: David V. Dilenschneider, Esq., senior director of Client Relations, LexisNexis and Brittany A. Nasradinaj, Esq., Schnitter Ciccarelli Mills PLLC.

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