Understand the risk of identity theft from sensitive information in family law court filings
Electronic filing of documents in divorce, custody, support and Protection from Abuse (PFA) cases can post a great threat to your clients when dockets are able to be accessed publicly via the Internet. You will hear about what courts are routinely posting on the Web and who can access these files.
Receive tips on what to include (and not include) when filing documents in family court
You will hear from experts, both legal and non-legal, regarding the extent of the danger of identity theft and the legal issues in fraudulent access to online records. You will also learn what you can do for your clients to protect them from identity theft. The faculty will discuss trends in other jurisdictions to prevent identity theft in the family court.
Consider social media and its significant impact on family law cases
Social media can be a family law practitioner’s best friend or worst enemy. There is so much to know – from Facebook, Twitter and MySpace, to Google +, Pinterest, Tumblr, Path and more. It’s important to understand the new and often confusing implications that the Internet has on your family law cases, both in and out of court. The faculty will review current case law surrounding discovery of social media evidence as well.
3 Total CLE credits (No Ethics)
Dates & Locations
Please note: Check-in begins 30 minutes prior to every event.
The CLE Conference Center
Wanamaker Bldg (now Macy's), 10th Floor, Ste. 1010, Philadelphia, PA