This program provides tips, tools and useful perspectives for
practitioners who participate in mediation to resolve disputes.
and neutrals. The criteria for topic selection were: Is it important?
The topics include:
• The Opening Joint Session: Mediator’s Best Tool or Worst
Employment Mediation Setting
• What About Impasse?
• Experts and Expertise in Mediation
• Addressing Power Imbalance
• The Warrior and the Mediator: A Tale So Paradoxical It
Could Be True
Questions and anecdotes from the audience will be followed by a
Faculty: Joy B. Borum, Family Mediation Center
Tamra Facciola, TS Facciola PLLC
Ken Fields, Fields Mediation
The Michelle Langan Mediation Law Firm
Christopher M. Skelly, Scott Skelly & Muchmore
Judith M. Wolf, Arizona Mediation Institute
Steven P. Kramer
Preparing For Cyber
Practical Tools For Law
Firm Data Security,
Privacy And Cyber Liability
Hackers view lawyers as easy marks. We have heard horror stories
about data breaches and liability for failing to protect client data. This
program goes beyond merely showing a problem exists, and examines
clients and themselves. The expert panelists will discuss such issues as
security assessments and penetration testing, and security awareness
breach response in more technical detail.
Participants will learn:
• Actionable strategies and tools for incident and breach response
and what lawyers can expect in the cyber insurance application
penetration testing, and security awareness training.
• Lawyers’ ethical and legal duties and violations related to
Presented by: Technology Committee
Chair: Pat Fowler, Chair of Cybersecurity Practice Group,
Snell & Wilmer LLP
Theodore M. Schaer, Partner,
John Wittwer, Member, The Cavanagh Law Firm PA