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Terry Kohler Cybersecurity Aviation Symposium educates pilots, lawyers on dangers

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The Terry J. Kohler Aviation Cybersecurity Symposium on Wednesday pulled together pilots, lawyers and other aviation professionals to create awareness and training around issues of aviation safety and cyber-security. “Terry would have absolutely loved and endorsed what is happening here at the Aviation Heritage Center this morning,” Jon Helminiak, former…

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Dallas Federal Cyber-Crime Lawyers Says Romance Scams, The Latest Internet Crime

Compared to traditional criminals, cyber-criminals are typically much more difficult to catch. From hacking to sexual exploitation, cyber-criminals commit their crimes behind the anonymity and relative safety of a computer screen. However, law enforcement is catching up to cyber-criminals. You can now report internet scams and other types of internet crimes directly to the FBI through its Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). As Texas federal internet crimes lawyers, we are always monitoring developments in the area of cyber-crime. Read More….

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Child sex abuse royal commission: Lawyers reveal trauma of representing survivors

For Melbourne institutional abuse lawyer Angela Sdrinis, the “flashbacks” started when she was bathing her young children and putting them to bed.

“Those times when a lot of clients had been abused — I had been doing those same things with my own kids and getting secondary trauma,” she said.

“I started suffering flashbacks of things that had happened to my clients when I was with my own kids.

“I actually stopped doing the work for a few years because I really couldn’t cope with the stories during that time.”
In recent weeks the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has heard shocking figures about the extent of abuse in churches and religious orders.

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8 Signs A Marriage Won’t Last, According To Divorce Lawyers

For the best relationship insight and advice, turn to a divorce attorney. After all, every day they have a front-row seat to the kinds of petty drama and missteps that lead couples to split up. 

With that in mind, we asked family law attorneys from across the country to share some of the most obvious signs that a couple is likely to divorce. 

1. They give each other the silent treatment

“It’s a bad sign if a couple bickers and it results in the silent treatment. Sure, fighting is healthy in a relationship but when it turns from playful to serious on a regular basis — and it Read More

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Cybersecurity Tips For Lawyers

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Cybersecurity Tips For Lawyers

This past week, the world learned about the big hack of Biglaw. If your employer was one of the almost 50 firms prestigious enough to be targeted by Russian hackers… congrats? The targeted firms tended to be transactionally oriented; the apparent plan of the hackers was to obtain confidential, market-moving information and trade on it. But litigators should be concerned as well. As noted by Logikcull, the discovery automation platform, ediscovery is the next frontier for hackers. It’s not clear that any information was actually taken or used for insider trading in the big Biglaw hack, but it might still generate headaches for the firms — in the form of litigation. Noted class-action lawyer Jay Edelson — known to the general public for suing tech giants, and known to Above the Law readers for suing ExamSoft (and winning a hefty settlement) — has announced plans to file class-action malpractice cases against various firms, alleging inadequate cybersecurity. That’s at the institutional level. What about the individual level? What can you as a lawyer do to prevent yourself (and your confidential client data) from getting hacked? Here are some tips derived from two panels at the recent ABA TECHSHOW conference: a panel […]

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Bernard Finnigan, MLC who obtained child porn, can remain in SA Parliament until convicted, lawyers say

A politician found guilty of obtaining access to child pornography cannot be removed from Parliament until he is convicted and sentenced, his lawyers say, despite the South Australian Premier’s plan to remove him next week.

MLC Benard Finnigan was yesterday found guilty by the District Court of obtaining access to child pornography but the judge is yet to rule whether a conviction will be recorded.

He had been arrested at his Sefton Park home in April 2011 and charged with accessing child pornography between December 2010 and April 2011.

Mr Weatherill said Parliament would move to expel Finnigan on Tuesday.

But in a letter to Legislative Council president Russell Wortley, Finnigan’s lawyers said his seat could not be vacated until 28 days after his conviction and sentencing, which is not due until November 30.

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Indian Lawyers May Be Reprimanded for Sexist Remarks in Rape Documentary

The two defense lawyers featured in controversial documentary India’s Daughter may face action from the Delhi Bar Council and the Bar Council of India after their sexist statements caused public outrage. The lawyers are shown in the documentary echoing and even endorsing the views of their client — a man convicted of the gang rape of a New Delhi student in 2012 and who blames his victim and believes women should not be out at night. Read More….

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Lawyers Seek End To Child Abuse – Parent Security Online

parentsecurityonline.com – Two Lagos-based lawyers, Messrs Fatai Adeniji and Ola Ogunbiyi, on Sunday called for adequate punishment for child abuse in Nigeria. The lawyers urged relevant agencies of government to strictly en…

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Lawyers Warned of Email Hacking

Lawyers Warned of Email Hacking

The Law Society is warning lawyers to take care over either taking or issuing instructions via email following the hacking of email accounts at a law firm or it’s clients. In a release today, New Zealand Law Society Financial Assurance […]

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