North Carolina Ethics: Cloud Computing in the Legal Space

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For attorneys and law firms considering using a cloud-based legal solution, a specific ethics decision from a state bar association has been a long time coming. North Carolina tackled legal SaaS head-on when it issued “Proposed 2010 Formal Ethics Opinion 7: Subscribing to Software as a Service While Fulfilling the Duties of Confidentiality and Preservation of Client Property.”

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