Lawyer Mobility: How Attorneys Can Get in Trouble with Butt Calls (and Ghost Calls)

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I just turned in a feature story to the Association of Legal Administrator’s Legal Management on my little pet-project: being responsibly connected. I discussed cell phone-using truck drivers, who are 23% more likely to get into accidents, how people’s brains are changing because of Internet usage, the erosion of family time, etc., etc.

However, let’s be honest. Arguably a more mundane danger lurks. It’s known as the “butt call”, or a call accidentally triggered by someone sitting on their cell phone or otherwise activating the speed dial with one’s anatomy that is, shall we say, not one’s finger.

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Published In: Professional Practice Updates, Professional Malpractice Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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