Protecting Yourself When Trading Documents Electronically: How Not to Commit Malpractice While Negotiating Documents

SKU: 61816.11

Lawyers frequently trade electronic documents with opposing counsel and clients to indicate changes and proposed modifications. Are you confident in your ability to do this without putting your client, or yourself, at risk? With this paper, you will learn how to:

  • Safely e-mail documents;
  • Compare versions;
  • Track changes;
  • Add comments and other annotations; and
  • Avoid potentially compromising metadata.

This paper was drawn from materials presented at LESA’s Law & Practice Update program held in Edmonton on November 18th and 19th, 2011.


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