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W IRE F RAUD Presented by the Business Litigation, Real Estate and Technology Committees Wednesday, January 30, 2019 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM Late Registration /Check –In/Lunch 12:00 PM— 1:00 PM Seminar Bar Office 1507 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach lunch included in your registration fee Program Agenda Includes: Joshua H. Marks, Esq., Focal Point Data Risk, LLC -- General Overview of Cybersecurity for Attorneys -- Ethical Obligations of Attorneys related to Technology -- Examples of phishing e-mails Olivia D. Soden, Esq., Producers Title, LLC -- Real Estate Wire Fraud -- Monetary Impacts of Wire Fraud William B. Lewis, Morgan & Morgan Business Trial Group -- Specific case examples Sponsors -- Real life wire fraud examples -- Litigation targets for wire fraud victims R EGISTER : 1.0 CLER; 5 Ethics; 1.0 Technology. Certification credits: 1.0 in Business Litigation; 1.0 in Real Estate. $35 members/paralegals; $75 non-members. Those registering after January 23, add $10 late fee. All refund requests must be made no later than 48 hours prior to the date of the seminar. RSVP: Online @palmbeachbar.org or by mail along with payment. Name___________________________________________ Email address: ______________________________________ ____ I will not be able to attend the seminar, however I would like to order the audio. The cost is the same as above; however, please include $10 for shipping & handling. Allow 2 weeks for delivery. PBCBA, 1507 Belvedere Rd., WPB 33406. 1.30.19 Wire Fraud PBCBA BAR BULLETIN 17