White Paper

Autofill Fails – Attorneys Beware

It’s clear that attorneys need to be very careful with autofill as the ramifications from such an easy-to-miss detail could be significant. In addition to the embarrassment and negative impact on reputation, there are clear litigation consequences.

White Paper Summary

Written communication on paper is so rare in this digital age, supplanted by email as the communication tool of choice for most businesses. Law firms are no exception. Email is quick, easy and yields instantaneous results. Although we often take email for granted, there are threats that a practicing lawyer should keep in mind, especially with autofill – a function in some email programs that prefills an email address automatically, usually based on the first few keystrokes entered.

Our whitepaper shares examples that highlight some of the risks posed by autofill.

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