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Rules Day 2012 - Your Trust Account at Risk: Outside Scams, Inside Jobs & the Impact of Amended Rule 1.15 (Credit: 1 PMCLE Illinois)
Published by Law Bulletin Seminars



Summary
Law firms are increasingly targeted by thieves and con-artists. In addition to adhering to new guidelines for trust accounts, Illinois attorneys must use caution and take preventive steps to safeguard client funds. The Midwest Regional Director of the Federal Trade Commission is joined by a Senior Litigation Counsel at the Illinois ARDC and the Vice President of Risk Management at a malpractice insurance carrier in this one-hour panel discussion on avoiding internal threats and outside scams.

Presenters
Moderator: Todd Scott
Vice President of Risk Management - Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company
Todd is Vice President of Member Services of Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company where his duties include creating and overseeing practice management services through innovative online communication technology for MLM’s attorney clients in 17...More
C. Steven Baker
Director, Midwest Region - Federal Trade Commission
Steve is Director of the Federal Trade Commission's Midwest Region in Chicago, a position he has held since 1988. The Region covers the central United States, and the office does primarily consumer protection work for the Commission, concentrating on...More
Tracy Kepler
Senior Litigation Counsel - Illinois Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission
Tracy is Senior Litigation Counsel for the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC), where she concentrates her practice in the investigation and prosecution of attorney disciplinary matters.

She currently serves...More

Originally Published
May 9, 2012

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Rules Day 2012 - Your Trust Account at Risk: Outside Scams, Inside Jobs & the Impact of Amended Rule 1.15 - Video
  2. Rules Day 2012 - Your Trust Account at Risk: Outside Scams, Inside Jobs & the Impact of Amended Rule 1.15 - Audio
  3. Rules Day 2012 - Your Trust Account at Risk: Outside Scams, Inside Jobs & the Impact of Amended Rule 1.15 - Scammed
  4. Rules Day 2012 - Your Trust Account at Risk: Outside Scams, Inside Jobs & the Impact of Amended Rule 1.15 - Understanding Client Trust Accounts
  5. Rules Day 2012 - Your Trust Account at Risk: Outside Scams, Inside Jobs & the Impact of Amended Rule 1.15 - Disciplinary Orders

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Credit
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