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NDNY Federal Court Bar Association Annual Golf Event and CLE Program


Please join members of the Judiciary and Bar for a CLE Program at the beautiful Mohawk Golf Club in Schenectady on Monday, August 26, 2013.  The CLE Program is entitled "Cybercrime and Cyberlaw - What Every Lawyer Should Know" and will be presented by Joseph V. DeMarco, Esq. of DeVore and DeMarco, LLP.

Recent developments and revelations in the news have highlighted the threats posed to American Businesses from a range of cyber-dangers - from data spills to state-sponsored economic espionage. Yet beyond attention grabbing headlines there is scant analysis to put this problem in context and to provide concrete analysis and solutions to these seemingly amorphous issues.  Every company holds data.  And every company uses  computers.  (Even law firms!)  But what are the key laws and regulations that every lawyer should be aware of to protect their clients and their Firms.

Participants will receive 2.0 credits towards the Professional Practice requirement.  

Visit www.ndnyfcba.org for more details on this CLE Program as well as for information on a NDNY Federal Court Bar Association social function that will immediately follow the CLE Program.  You may register for the CLE Program and social function at http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e7uani1ja1ce9ee0&llr=wykvxteab.   
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