Join Weintraub attorney and SEAC Board Chair, Beth West, at the SEAC’s full-day fall seminar
Published: September 29, 2011
Download: SEAC October 2011 Seminar Brochure.pdf
Beth West, Board Chair of the Sacramento Employer’s Advisory Council, invites you to attend the SEAC’s all-day seminar, “From Twitter to Facebook: Avoiding The Risks of Today’s High-Tech Workplace,” at the Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza on October 24th, 2011.
To sign up, click here.
Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza
300 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
SELF-PAID Parking available at adjacent downtown plaza lot at 3rd and L streets
Members: $170.00 in advance (By Oct 17) / $170.00 at the door
Non-Members: $200.00 in advance (By Oct 17) / $200.00 at the door
Today’s workplace is inundated with technology: computers, cell phones, the Internet. Employees who access and use this technology in the workplace (and let’s face it – they almost all do) expose employers to potentially unlimited liability for invasion of privacy, sexual harassment, defamation and even theft of trade secrets. In this full-day seminar, join an elite team of attorneys and computer forensics professionals, as they show employers like you how to identify risks posed by technology, and take the necessary safeguards to minimize loss and liability.
***This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for review.***
8:30 am – Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00 am – Welcome Lizbeth West, SEAC Chair
Opening comments from Diane Ferrari, Chief, Northern Workforce Services Division
9:15am – Employee Use of Technology Devices While Away from Work
David W. Tyra
10:30am – E-Discovery for Nonlawyers
David W. Tyra
Noon – Lunch and Networking
1:15pm – Social Media & the Workplace David W. Tyra
2:45pm – Break and Networking
3:00pm – The Wild West of Computer Forensics
Don Vilfer, JD, CFE
4:30pm – Closing Comments & Evaluations
David W. Tyra, Esq., Meredith Packer, Esq., & Don Vilfer, JD, CFE
David W. Tyra, Attorney at Law
A shareholder with the firm, Mr. Tyra’s practice emphasizes representation of private and public sector employers in labor and employment law actions as well as providing advice and counsel on labor and employment issues. His practice covers all aspects of labor and employment law, including wage-hour actions, employee leave matters, workplace discrimination and harassment, work place privacy, and unfair labor practice claims. His litigation experience includes representing employers in federal and state courts at the trial and appellate levels and before numerous federal and state agencies. He is an active public speaker on employment topics.
Meredith Packer, Attorney at Law
Ms. Packer is an associate attorney in the firm’s labor and employment practice group and a member of the firm’s litigation practice area. Ms. Packer represents both public and private sector clients in employment related lawsuits before state and federal courts.
Don Vilfer, JD, CFE
Don Vilfer is an attorney and former FBI Special Agent in charge of the White Collar Crime and Computer Crimes squad. During his FBI career he also led a major case management team at venues from The White House to the Oklahoma City Bombing. Don is now a legal instructor in computer forensics and electronic discovery.
Note: The speaker’s presentation is for informational purposes. Attendees should always consult with their legal counsel to determine how the information discussed during the meeting affects their particular circumstances.