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Tim Lemieux Tim Lemieux is the CPSR and Claims Analyst at LAWPRO. He investigates TitlePLUS title insurance claims, and analyses LAWPRO claims data to aid in the creation of the practicePRO initiative risk management presentations, articles and web content for lawyers.


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LinkedIn confirms breach; how to tell if your account was compromised and what to do

fraud-warning

Further to the post earlier today about passwords at LinkedIn being hacked, LinkedIn has issued the following update: Our security team continues to investigate this morning’s reports of stolen passwords. At this time, we’re still unable to confirm that any security breach has occurred. You can stay informed of our progress by following us on… Read More »

Categories: Fraud Warnings

LinkedIn password breach reported – change your LinkedIn password immediately [Updated]

fraud-prevention

A post on the TheNextWeb site indicates that a Norweigan IT webite, Dagens IT reported the breach. That site indicates that 6.5 million encrypted LinkedIn passwords have been posted to a Russian hacker site. LinkedIn has responded that they are looking into the breach. To be safe, LinkedIn users should change their passwords immediately. For… Read More »

Categories: Fraud Prevention, Technology

Avoiding common communication errors in corporate/commercial law

communication-errors

Over the last ten years, corporate/commercial-related claims (including bankruptcy, tax, and securities-related claims) averaged 14 per cent of LAWPRO’s claims count (279 claims per year), and 23 per cent of our claims costs ($14.9 million per year). While there has been some fluctuation, the number of claims in this area has remained consistent over this… Read More »

Categories: Communication Errors, Corporate Law

New Ethics Opinion on Cloud Computing from the Pennsylvania Bar

legal-technology

The Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Committee On Legal Ethics And Professional Responsibility has just released Formal Opinion 2011-200, Ethical Obligations For Attorneys Using Cloud Computing/Software As A Service While Fulfilling The Duties Of Confidentiality And Preservation Of Client Property. As the PA Bar keeps its Ethics Opinions behind a member wall, I’ve attached a copy of… Read More »

Categories: Legal Technology
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