Professional Responsibility

Threading the Needle: Protecting Client Information From U.S. Border Searches

, New York Law Journal


Professional Responsibility columnist Anthony E. Davis explores potential threats to lawyers whenever they travel internationally while carrying electronic devices containing client confidential information: official border searches, as well as either private- or state-sponsored hacking. What is the scope of the duty to protect client information when on the move, and what steps do lawyers need to take to comply?

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