Law Office of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC
Attorney Daniel J. Siegel is a nationally recognized authority on ethics, technology, data protection and cybersecurity, civil litigation and workers’ compensation matters, and business workflow management, and the principal of both the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC and Integrated Technology Services, LLC. Dan provides techno-ethics counsel to solo, small and mid-sized law firms on cybersecurity, technology and other related issues. His practice includes representing attorneys in disciplinary matters; providing professional responsibility guidance to attorneys and firms; serving as appellate counsel; representing individuals in workers’ compensation and personal injury matters. In short Dan handles the types of matters that keep attorneys awake at night. Dan’s appeals court decisions have protected and broadened the rights of countless people in areas ranging from workers’ compensation to motor vehicle insurance to personal injury. Commentators have noted that Dan’s cases have benefited more injured persons than any other Pennsylvania lawyer’s cases over the past 17 years. Judges also comment about the quality of Dan’s briefs, and regularly cite his work in their opinions. As a result, Dan is the go-to workers’ compensation attorney and personal injury attorney other Pennsylvania lawyers consult to help with their challenging cases. Dan wears another hat, and is known as the geek lawyer. In that role, Dan consults with law firms and businesses on workflow management, implementation of paperless offices, and productivity, and is the founder and president of Integrated Technology Services, LLC. In that role, he consults with law firms and businesses on workflow management, implementation of paperless offices, and other productivity matters. Attorney Siegel is Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Committee on Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, and Secretary of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division. Attorney. Siegel is a frequent lecturer for bar associations and other groups throughout the country at continuing legal education (CLE) and other programs, on topics ranging from ethics to litigation to workers’ compensation to legal advocacy to technology. He has been a speaker at more than 400 programs and written more than 250 articles on a wide range of topics. He is also the author of 15 books, and is a columnist for many organizations, including the American Bar Association and Philadelphia Bar Associations, as well as Pennsylvania Law Weekly. Dan also writes, lectures, and works with law firms and businesses on improving their workflow by implementing technology in a jargon-free manner. Dan is the author of numerous books on these topics, including The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC (1st and 2nd editions); How to Do More in Less Time – The Complete Guide to Increasing Your Productivity (1st and 2nd editions). You can reach Attorney Siegel at Dan@DanielJSiegel.com.
This session will address three of the greatest cyberthreats to attorneys and law firms today – ransomware, spearphishing, and business email compromise – and practical measures for law firms of all sizes to counter them. Start with the basics because Microsoft Security has recently reported that basic security hygiene protects against 98% of cyberattacks.
During this session presenters will discuss how firms manage the volume and variety of documents flowing through their offices while maintaining both efficiency and compliance. This will include considering compliance issues affecting personally identifiable information (PII) and personal health information (PHI), particularly HIPAA and state-based privacy laws like the CCPA, CPRA and the New York […]
This session will focus on tips and tricks for attorneys and their support staff for using PDF tools, including the latest features, add-ins, etc. Adobe Acrobat DC will be the primary concentration, but other PDF tools will also be addressed. Features such as redaction and security measures to ensure privacy and confidentiality to address ethical […]