The Government Law Center of Albany Law School and the
Tech Valley Chapter of the Association of Records Managers
and Administrators



a Roundtable Discussion :



Identity Theft and Its Implications for Records



Topics to include:

        Privacy concerns in the information age.

        The nature and extent of identity theft, the damage to victims and businesses and
specific cases which highlight identity theft in the workplace.

        What to do if you have been victimized.

        Relevant legislation.

        Business practices that can minimize the likelihood that identity theft will occur.






Leslie B. Neustadt is an Assistant Attorney General in the New York State Office of the Attorney General where she serves as the Regional Coordinator for the Consumer Frauds and Protection Bureau. She coordinates statewide consumer frauds investigations and enforcement efforts, and reviews all the consumer frauds settlements and litigation in upstate New York, in addition to handling her own cases. She is on the Attorney Generalís Telemarketing Task Force, as well as the Elder Law Task Force, and is actively involved in consumer outreach and education.She previously worked for fifteen years in the Appeals and Opinions Bureau of the Attorney Generalís Office, and was an Associate with Maynard, OíConnor, Smith and Catalinotto, where she handled appeals, and complex motions.She continues to brief and argue appeals for the Consumer Frauds and Protection Bureau.Ms. Neustadt is a magna cum laude graduate of Temple University School of Law, and the University of Rochester.


Please join us for an informative and enjoyable program.


When: February 11, 2003 Tuesday, Program beginning at 12:00 p.m.


Where: The Albany Law School, 80 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY


Room Location: Law School, Boardroom


Program Admission & Lunch: $15.00 member/$18.00 guests


Please pre-register via mail, fax, or e-mail by February 6, 2003


Mail to:†† Capital Region ARMA - Tech Valley Chapter, c/o Leah Powers, P.O. Box 1464, Albany, NY 12201

Fax: Leah Powers (518) - 689-2638 E-Mail: Info: Call Leah Powers (518) 689-2572

With your registration you will be sent back a parking permit for free on site parking