In “Goodbye Email, Hello Brave New World,” Jimmy discusses how he adapts to situations when communicating with clients, Goldberg Segalla’s record management policy, and how to safeguard a client’s information no matter what type of communication an attorney and client use.
“At the end of the day, attorneys have the ethical obligations to maintain their files to practice law. And you cannot automate the satisfaction of an ethical obligation. I guess you can try to, but it seems, from an attorney’s perspective, counterintuitive to me.”
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More about Goldberg Segalla’s James M. Paulino II:
Jimmy’s experience includes numerous mediation and settlement negotiations, including the negotiation of a multimillion-dollar settlement, and both the prosecution and defense of personal injury and medical malpractice actions. Jimmy has defended numerous medical providers, including a major university hospital, against malpractice actions regarding a wide range of treatments and services—handling motion practice, discovery, medical records review, depositions, and trial preparation. A Certified Information Privacy Professional, Jimmy is also a member of the firm’s data breach litigation team and is a frequent contributor to Goldberg Segalla’s Data Privacy and Security blog.