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2017 Year in Review – Dec. 5-6: Starts Tomorrow!

Welcome and Introduction
– Alan M. Hux, Program Chair

Ethics Law Update
– Charles M. Kidd & Kevin P. McGoff

Constitutional Law Update
– Kenneth J. Falk

Tort Law Update
– Roy T. Tabor – Plaintiff Perspective
– Thomas Rosta – Defense Perspective

Income Tax Update
– Richard L. Bartholomew

Data Breach & Cybersecurity Liabilities
– William C. Wagner

Unmanned Aircraft Systems / Drone Liabilities
– Richard S. Pitts

The Expungement Process
– Michael J. Bruzzese

Criminal Law Update
– Maureen T. Keefe

Insurance Law Update
– John C. Trimble

Family Law
– Andrew Z. Soshnick

Employment Law Update
– Stephanie Jane Hahn

Recent Developments in Estate Planning
– Todd I. Glass

Elder Law Update
– Robert W. Fechtman

Recent Developments in Real Estate Law
– Andrew B. Buroker

Bankruptcy Law Update
– Thomas P. Yoder

Alan M. Hux – Program Chair
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Richard L. Bartholomew
Girardot, Strauch & Co, Lafayette, IN

Michael J. Bruzzese
Paganelli Law Group, Carmel, IN

Andrew B. Buroker
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Kenneth J. Falk
American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN

Robert W. Fechtman
Fechtman Law Office, Indianapolis, IN

Todd I. Glass
Fine & Hatfield, Evansville, IN

Stephanie Jane Hahn
Attorney At Law, Indianapolis, IN

Maureen T. Keefe
Attorney at Law, Carmel, IN

Charles M. Kidd
Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, Indianapolis, IN

Kevin P. McGoff
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Richard S. Pitts
Arlington / Roe & Co., Indianapolis

Thomas E. Rosta
Metzger Rosta LLP, Noblesville, IN

Andrew Z. Soshnick
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Roy T. Tabor
Tabor Law Firm, LLP, Indianapolis, IN

John C. Trimble
Lewis Wagner, LLP, Indianapolis, IN

William C. Wagner
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Thomas P. Yoder
Barrett & McNagny LLP, Fort Wayne, IN

12 CLE / 1 E – Tuesday & Wednesday, December 5-6
9:00 A.M. – 4:45 P.M. Both Days

– Ritz Charles, Carmel

– Bingham Greenebaum Doll, Evansville (Central Time)
– Grand Wayne Center, Fort Wayne
– Taft Stettinius & Hollister, Indianapolis
– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis
– Blue Chip Hotel & Casino, Michigan City
– May Oberfell Lorber, Mishawaka
– DeFur Voran, Muncie

Day 1 -or- Day 2  from your home or office computer

– Available after Live Seminar date

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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Cybersecurity for Lawyers – Oct.17

Cybersecurity for Lawyers – Oct.17

“60% of small companies that suffer a cyberattack are out of business within six months” – Denver Post, October 23, 2016

Will you, your law firm, and your clients be ready for the next wave of ransomware attacks? When you experience a data breach or a cyberattack, will your law firm survive? What happens during a data breach? How do you determine if you have experienced a data breach? What are the first steps you should take during / after a cyberattack? Are you willing to pay to have your critical files unlocked due to a ransomware intrusion to your computer systems?

Be prepared. Get your law firm prepared.

This seminar will provide you with proven strategies to harden your computer systems and to minimize the risks to your firm and to your client’s information. We will also discuss what steps to take should you fall victim to a cyberattack.

Good Cybersecurity consists of a multilayer, integrated, systems approach to protect your client’s and your firm’s data. This means constant vigilance, good office email policies, and staff training.

Good Cybersecurity means active awareness and keeping computer systems up-to-date. The security of your client’s information and your very livelihood depends on you taking the appropriate steps to protect and secure your firm data. This holds true for both the large law firm and for the solo / small firm practitioner.

Cyptolocker, Wannacry, and Petya are just a few of the most recent ransomware attacks around the world. Large and small corporations alike are subjected to these attacks on a daily basis; law firms are no exception. With proper planning and consistent vigilance, you will lessen your risk of becoming a victim. Attend “Cybersecurity for Lawyers” to find out what you need to do to mitigate the risk to your firm’s and your client’s data.

• How to Keep and Maintain Good CyberHygiene

• Compliance Issues and Best Practices

• Risk Management & Malpractice Concerns

• Hot Topics and Current Trends in Cybersecurity

Richard A. Mann – Chair
Mann Law, P.C., Indianapolis

Adam E. Gwaltney
Insurance Specialist, Ritman & Associates, Inc., Noblesville

Nicholas A. Sturgeon
IIFC Deputy Director Cyber, Indiana Office of Technology, Indianapolis

Bob Thompson
Vice President, Catalyst Technology Group, Indianapolis

3 CLE / 1.5 E – Tuesday, October 17; 9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

– Reiling Teder & Schrier, Lafayette
– DeFur Voran, Muncie
– Taft Stettinius & Hollister, Indianapolis

– From your home or office computer

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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