Information Technology Basics for Attorneys

$25.00 $15.00

Practicing attorneys in California are often asked to review wills and trusts prepared for their clients by people who are not familiar with the process, e.g. retirement planners. Much of the time, there are no problems. However, there is a potential for serious problems for the client in this area of the law.
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The course offers 1 hour of CA Bar-Approved general MCLA credit

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Information Technology (IT) is at the heart of virtually all corporate operations. As such, it’s an essential area to understand when servicing corporate clients. This course provides a basic understanding of how IT works as well as how it’s changing. In particular, it looks at the increasing use of multi-entity constructs to achieve an IT outcome, e.g. hosting data on a cloud provider and what that might mean to the client’s interests.


About the Instructor

Hugh Taylor is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) who has written about cybersecurity, compliance and enterprise technology for such clients as Microsoft, IBM, SAP, HPE, Oracle, Google and Advanced Micro Devices. Previously, he served in executive roles at Microsoft, IBM and several venture-backed technology startups. He has been a lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley’s Law School and Graduate School of Information. He earned his AB, Magna Cum Laude from Harvard College in 1988 and his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1992. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Prior to working in the technology field, Hugh was a producer of TV movies.