Oct 262009
 October 26, 2009  Posted by  Non-U.S., Workplace

Jane Mundy reports:

On the heels of the Law Society of British Columbia (LSBC)’s commitment to make major changes to its disciplinary process, B.C. Benchers adopted a rule in October that allows investigators to copy a lawyer’s entire hard drive — including personal information.

Benchers agreed that the law society will create a rule that requires every lawyer to comply with an order to preserve all electronic records as they existed at the time a records search under R. 4-43 is presented to the member.

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