Holiday Inn Hartford Downtown Area
100 East River Drive
East Hartford, CT 06108
Areas of Professional Practice: 7.00
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Technology Legal Risks, Best Practices and Policies to Avoid Liability
When and how can a school regulate social media use by staff, students and parents? What is the extent of a school's responsibility to address cyberbullying - and how far can they go without overstepping their bounds during investigations and disciplinary actions? In this program, our seasoned faculty will provide answers to these questions and myriad other legal issues surrounding technology in and outside of the classroom. Learn what actions schools can't and must take in order to mitigate liability - register today!
This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for:
Neither the Connecticut Judicial Branch nor the Commission on Minimum Continuing Legal Education approve or accredit CLE providers or activities. It is the opinion of NBI, Inc. that this activity qualifies for up to 6.0 hours toward your annual CLE requirement in Connecticut, including 0.0 hour(s) of ethics/professionalism.
including - Areas of Professional Practice: 7.00
This course has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 7.0 credit hours. 7.0 hours can be applied to the Areas of Professional Practice requirement. This live format program is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
NBI, Inc. is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is authorized to issue the IACET CEU. NBI, Inc. is authorized by IACET to offer 0.60 CEUs for this program. At the end of the program, participants must complete a self-assessment in order to receive credit. 100% attendance is required. (Provider #1004558)
Upon completion of this course, attendee will be able to: 1. Explain to what extent schools can regulate the use of social media. 2. Describe when schools can implement discipline on students for cyberbullying. 3. Identify common FERPA dilemmas. 4. State assistive technology requirements for students with disabilities. 5. Explain the components of a good acceptable use policy (AUP). 6. Distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable use of recording devices in schools. 7. Explain legal and constitutional concerns for searching student phones. 8. Describe two legal issues concerning laptops and tablets in schools.
JARED CLARK is an attorney with Wiggin and Dana, where he represents clients in civil, criminal, and regulatory matters. Mr. Clark is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and chairs the Pro Bono Committee for the New Haven County Bar Association. As a member of the international trade compliance and sanctions practice group, he assists clients with matters involving U.S. export controls such as the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), U.S. anti-boycott laws, and U.S. trade sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Mr. Clark earned his B.A. degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
MICHAEL J. ROSE is managing partner of Rose Kallor, LLP, in Hartford, Connecticut. Mr. Rose is widely recognized as one of Connecticut’s leading employment litigators in his representation of governments, government officials, and private businesses of varied sizes, He has tried more than 20 cases to verdict in the areas of employment law and civil rights. In addition to representing employers in federal and state courts, Mr. Rose provides representation before numerous government agencies, including the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, state and federal Departments of Labor and the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission. He is a member of the Connecticut and American bar associations, and the Defense Research Institute. Mr. Rose received his B.A. degree, cum laude, from University of New Hampshire, and earned his J.D. degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center.
ZACHARY D. SCHURIN is an attorney with Pullman & Comley LLC, in Hartford. Mr. Schurin represents businesses, individuals, non-profit organizations, boards of education and municipalities in a wide-array of labor and employment law matters. He has frequently written and spoken on labor and employment law issues. His written work has been published in The Connecticut Law Tribune, The Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal, the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Quarterly and Pullman & Comley’s Working Together blog. Mr. Schurin is a member of the Steering Committee of the Connecticut Labor and Employment Relations Association and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law and Hamilton College. Upon graduation from the University of Connecticut School of Law, Mr. Schurin was awarded the Fleming James Jr. Award for excellence in labor law studies and the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section’s annual scholarship award. While in law school, he served as a legislative fellow in the Connecticut General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Research.
KATHLEEN WERBNER is an attorney with The Law Office of Courtney P. Spencer, LLC, in Middletown. She represents families with children with special needs. Ms. Werbner has represented children with a wide array of disabilities and has worked diligently to get her clients all of the services that they are entitled to under the law. Prior to joining the firm as an associate, she worked at the firm as a law clerk. Prior to law school she interned in the legal department for the State of Connecticut Office of the Attorney General. Ms. Werbner graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law at the top of her class and earned a B.A. degree from the College of the Holy Cross. She is admitted to the Connecticut Bar Association.
SHERWIN M. YODER is a partner with Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP, where he is a member of the firm’s litigation group. As a certified privacy professional (CIPP/US, CIPP/E and CIPM), Mr. Yoder counsels clients in the areas of data privacy and cyber security. He has practiced before administrative agencies and at all three levels of state and federal court. Prior to joining Carmody, Mr. Yoder clerked two years for The Honorable Alvin W. Thompson, U.S. District Court Judge for the District of Connecticut. He is admitted to practice in Connecticut and New York, and is a member of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut; the U.S. International Trade Commission; and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Yoder earned his B.A. degree, cum laude, from Wesleyan University and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Quinnipiac University School of Law.
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