The packages includes a session led by Patty Whitehead of Rubin Lublin that will address the enforcement of judgment liens on real property. You'll also hear from Stefanie Jackman of Ballard Spahr, who will discuss the controversial Hunstein case. The program rounds out with a dual credit session by Lewis Borsellino of DefendEdge, discussing cybersecurity.
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This presentation identifies the current state of Cyber Security, the gap between Corporate Governess and actual cyber security. Additionally, why constructing a proactive cyber fabric minimizes a cyber attack and protects against negligence claims. Cyber Security law is changing by the day with new Government regulation, insurance carriers denying claims and Public Utilities falling victim to cyber criminals.
How much injury must one suffer to activate the Constitutional powers of Article III? Not very much according to Hunstein. This session will explore 11th Circuit’s decision in Hunstein vs. Preferred Collection, its holding, its FDCPA analysis and the current posture of the case.
In this session you will learn how to properly perfect judgment liens on real property in Tennessee and the options available to collect on such liens through voluntary sales, interpleader actions, and foreclosure. Further, the session will discuss the benefits of liens on real property, including Mechanics and Materialmens Liens.