During the 29th Annual LLCs, LPs and Partnerships conference, Jackson Walker partner Nate St. Clair spoke on a panel with Erreka Campbell (Apple, Inc.) and Skyla Banks (Amdocs) as they shared ethical issues for fellow attorneys to consider in light of new advances in technology.
Leading up to the conference, Nate said, “As technology continues to evolve, so do the ethics surrounding our access to information. This panel will cover some of the ethical issues that lawyers should be thinking about and what adjustments should be made when it comes to technology, including virtual client meetings, meta-cleaning, social media, and our obligation to save all correspondence with our clients.”
“As technology continues to evolve, so do the ethics surrounding our access to information.”
Nathaniel St. Clair, II is an intellectual property litigator and counselor with a focus on patent litigation and patent portfolio licensing and management. Nate’s patent litigation experience has involved a wide array of technology areas, including automotive control systems, consumer electronics and mechanical devices, avionics and aviation, computing/signals/semiconductors, data networks, digital imaging and optics, electromagnetics, e-commerce, banking and financial services, medical devices, oil and gas drilling, power distribution, software, and telecom/wireless communication. Since 2018, Nate has been selected to D Magazine’s “Best Lawyers in Dallas” list.
He received his J.D. from Marquette University Law School, where he serves on the National Sports Law Institute’s Board of Advisors and the Diversity & Recruiting Committee.