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2018 Family Law Case Law Update | Glazer and Melton
This session covers:
From Brave New World: Is the Future of Family Law Utopian, Dystopian or Somewhere in Between? (2018 Family Law Section Annual Meeting), May 4-5, 2018
What You Don’t Know May Hurt You!: Ethics Opinions for Real Estate Practitioners* | Brown
This session is a discussion of ethics opinions issued by the North Carolina State Bar since 2011 which should be of interest to real estate practitioners.
Only a few of the opinions discussed deal directly with real estate transactions. The rest are either more general opinions which would impact real estate practices, or opinions dealing with other areas of the law that state principles which may be applicable to the modern real estate practice.
Failure to know about these opinions could lead to serious ethical and malpractice liability on the part of the unwary real estate practitioner.
From Past, Present and Future Walk into the Bar (2018 Real Property Section Annual Meeting), May 4-5, 2018
Anatomy of a Data Breach‡ | Marshall and Quick
A recent national landmark Data breaches are bound to happen.
Businesses of all sizes are collecting ever-increasing amounts of personal information about their customers and from their employees, partners and vendors. From account passwords and email addresses to highly sensitive financial and medical information, this information is increasingly exposed to unauthorized persons, both through accidental exposure and malicious attacks. The means through which personal information is exposed vary from human error (such as an employee losing a laptop or other device while traveling) to clearly malicious attacks designed to obtain sensitive information (such as phishing and social engineering).
The types of incidents vary across difference business sectors and among businesses of different sizes, but when they occur businesses are faced with the difficult challenge of navigating a myriad of state and federal laws regarding notification and reporting.
This session features an in-depth discussion on:
Common causes of data breaches
How to recognize when a client may be facing a data breach
Data-incident response plans from time zero through multi-state breach notification and response to inquiries
Mitigation of risk
An overview of recent trends in data breach litigation
From Hot Topics in Complex Litigation: Litigating Business Disputes in an Increasingly Sophisticated World (2018 Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Section Annual Meeting), February 5, 2018
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