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Recent research has found that elder financial exploitation is widespread, expensive, even deadly, and spans a broad spectrum of conduct including, the taking of money or property, forging an older person’s signature, getting an older person to sign over financial ownership via deeds, or giving power of attorney through deception, coercion or undue influence, or perpetrating scams or other fraudulent or deceptive acts.
$25 for NFPA members and $50 for non-members. Eligible for 1 CLE.
Understand the importance of Online Reputation Management (ORM); Learn the ramifications of you are what you are online(Google Test); Provide an overview of the ORM lifecycle: building, repairing and monitoring; Discuss the importance of high quality content, keyword density, cross linking, and domain authority when building digital assets; and Review the 10 practical tips for successfully managing your online reputation
215-362-2474 ext. 208
Speaker: Mianne L. Besser, NFPA Director, Region II, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff + Ragonetti, PC
Ethical minefields can occur on a daily basis and paralegals need skills and knowledge to identify them while remaining steadfast in their ethical standards. Learn strategies for avoiding unauthorized practices of law (UPL), understanding the parameters that apply to the newer classifications of paralegals and ensuring client confidentiality.
- Understanding what actions constitute UPL
- Resources for Paralegals/Tips to Avoid UPL / Conflict of Interest
- Different classifications/titles of paralegals
- Attorney-Client Privilege / Attorney Work Product
Speaker: Emily R. Morrison, Knox County Prosecutor’s Office
This presentation reviews the best way to preserve evidence on multiple social media platforms and what is required to obtain it. This session will also review the different types of formats in which the evidence is provided from social media platforms and how to go through that material. There will be actual examples shown and discussed, as well as handouts provided.
1. Knowing what information the most popular platforms retain and for how long.
2. Knowing what information is required in a preservation letter and where to find it.
3. What will be provided with a subpoena and what will be provided with a search warrant.
4. Understanding what formats the information will be obtained and how to go through it.
Session approved for 1.0 CLE credit
Cost is $25 for NFPA members and $50 for non-members.