False Profit: Protecting Your Clients and Practice from Identity Fraud and Other Scams
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When: Tuesday, June 27, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT
Where: Hruska Law Center, 1st Flr Conf Rm
635 S 14th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska  68508
United States

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MCLE Accreditation
*Nebraska MCLE #141300. Iowa MCLE #261993. 1 CLE hour. (Regular/Live credit)
*Nebraska MCLE #141298. Iowa MCLE #261994. 1 CLE hour. (Distance learning credit)

*Lunch will not be served, but attendees are welcome to bring their own.*

Registration Fees
FREE - NSBA Senior Lawyers Section member
$50 - NSBA dues-paying member (discounted price for NSBA dues-paying members)
$65 - Regular registration
Free - Law students

Senior Lawyers Section Members: To receive your discounted rate, use the promo code senior2017 while checking out in the NSBA store. Be sure to click the "Apply" button to ensure the discount is applied. If you are unsure if your section member status, please contact the NSBA offices at (402) 475-7091.

Frauds and scams continue to increase at an alarming doubledigit rate annually. The Nebraska Attorney General’s Office, using data culled from various studies and the more than 10,000 consumer calls and complaints it processed last year, delivers a presentation designed to limit the further victimization of Nebraskans and Nebraska law firms by arming them with the tools to guard against common scams including identify fraud and other forms of financial abuse. Techniques including phishing, hacking, social engineering, and the continued exploitation of known vulnerabilities will all be covered. A simple, easy-to-implement, five-point plan for safeguarding personal and professional information will also be provided.

Ryan Sothan, Outreach Coordinator, Nebraska Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection & Anti-Trust Division Ryan has statewide responsibility for developing and implementing community-based initiatives for educating Nebraskans in the areas of consumer fraud, elder financial abuse, predatory and illegal business practices, identity theft, and Internet safety. Ryan has served in the Attorney General’s Office over the past two administrations. Prior to this time he spent 30-plus years in the private sector primarily within the telecommunications and financial services industries. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.