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Hooked on CLE: October 2022

Contains material from Jun 2022 to Aug 2022

Hooked on CLE: October 2022
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THIS MONTH: Planning for a Ransomware Attack: Practical Steps for Response Preparedness and Risk Mitigation • The Fundamentals of Early Dispute Resolution • Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People • Beyond Brief Writing • Pro Bono Opportunities for Business Attorneys

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 4.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 9/30/2023

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1. Planning for a Ransomware Attack: Practical Steps for Response Preparedness and Risk Mitigation (Jun 2022)

Bart W. Huffman, Kara Altenbaumer-Price, John E. Ansbach, Sarah Khorouzan Shaw

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61 mins
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Planning for a Ransomware Attack: Practical Steps for Response Preparedness and Risk Mitigation (Jun 2022)

“Ransomware” incidents have become an everyday event. The incidents typically involve extortion based on data encryption or data theft, or both. This panel will share lessons learned from a variety of experiences. Topics for discussion include importance of “table top” exercises, understanding cyber insurance coverage, attack methods, forensic timelines and artifacts, efforts to maintain privilege, negotiations with and paying threat actors (potential pitfalls of violating OFAC sanctions), cooperation as between a responsible customer/controller and an attacked vendor/processor, analysis of impacted files (and the importance of record retention practices), addressing business customers when business records are exposed, increased attention by state and federal regulators, and collaboration with law enforcement.

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Corporate Counsel Institute

Bart W. Huffman, Reed Smith LLP - Houston, TX
Kara Altenbaumer-Price, McGriff, Siebels & Williams, Inc. - Dallas, TX
John E. Ansbach, Stroz Friedberg an Aon Company - Dallas, TX
Sarah Khorouzan Shaw, Hudson Advisors L.P. - Dallas, TX

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2. The Fundamentals of Early Dispute Resolution (Jun 2022)

Michael A. Hawash, Paul D. Clote

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The Fundamentals of Early Dispute Resolution (Jun 2022)

Early Dispute Resolution (or EDR) seeks to short-circuit the traditional litigation model and provide parties with methods, optimally using the services of a trained neutral, to resolve almost all disputes within 30-60 days at a fraction of the cost.

Originally presented: May 2022 Labor and Employment Law Conference

Michael A. Hawash, Hawash Houston Mediation LLC - Houston, TX
Paul D. Clote, Attorney at Law - Houston, TX

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3. Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People (Jun 2022)

Jane Langdell Robinson

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Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People (Jun 2022)

The last few years have seen intense development in the law regarding the rights of transgender people in schools, the workplace, sports, and beyond. This course reviews recent developments nationwide, particularly in equal-protection and anti-discrimination litigation.

Originally presented: May 2022 Law in Transition: Recent Developments in Equal-Protection and Anti-Discrimination Law for Transgender People

Jane Langdell Robinson, AZA - Houston, TX

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4. Beyond Brief Writing (Jul 2022)

Emily Johnson-Liu, Stacey M. Soule

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Beyond Brief Writing (Jul 2022)

Go beyond the basics of brief writing in this talk that encourages breaking the mold of tedious, superficial briefing through strategic choices, charts and pictures, better issue-framing, and more.

Originally presented: May 2022 Conference on Criminal Appeals

Emily Johnson-Liu, Office of the State Prosecuting Attorney - Austin, TX
Stacey M. Soule, Office of the State Prosecuting Attorney - Austin, TX

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5. Pro Bono Opportunities for Business Attorneys (Aug 2022)

Angela L. Lee, Adrian Resendez

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Pro Bono Opportunities for Business Attorneys (Aug 2022)

Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts (TALA) offers attorneys the opportunity to work with creatives, non-profits, and others who qualify based on their income on various legal issues such as entity formation, contracts, trademark/patent/copyright filings, and other general legal needs. An in depth discussion on these opportunities as well as give several examples of cases or matters handled by volunteer attorneys.

Originally presented: Jul 2022 LLCs, LPs and Partnerships

Angela L. Lee, TALA - Austin, TX
Adrian Resendez, Brough & Resendez PLLC - Austin, TX