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Wisconsin's New Digital Property Act 2016

Product ID: CA2508D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Decrypting digital disclosure

Get an introductory overview of this new law and what it means for your clients and your practice at Wisconsin’s New Digital Property Act. You’ll also get the unique opportunity to hear about the Act’s history from two members of the Wisconsin Digital Property Committee who helped craft the law’s language — presenters Kenneth P. Barczak and Benjamin P. Brunette.

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Decrypting digital disclosure

Get an introductory overview of this new law and what it means for your clients and your practice at Wisconsin’s New Digital Property Act. You’ll also get the unique opportunity to hear about the Act’s history from two members of the Wisconsin Digital Property Committee who helped craft the law’s language — presenters Kenneth P. Barczak and Benjamin P. Brunette.

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Kenneth P. Barczak is a member in the law firm of Kenneth P. Barczak LLC, of Elm Grove, Wisconsin. He is also Of Counsel to the law firm of Fox, O’Neill & Shannon, S.C., of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ken is an undergraduate of Marquette University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting. He is also a graduate of Marquette University Law School.

Ken is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. He is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant as well as an attorney. He is a current board member, and former chair, of the State Bar of Wisconsin Real Property, Probate and Trust Section.

Benjamin P. Brunette is an attorney with the Trusts & Estates, Corporate Transactions, and Technology teams of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. in Madison. He works with clients throughout the estate planning and administration process. He also assists business owner clients position their businesses for success and develop succession and exit planning strategies.

Ben speaks frequently on developing issues in business and estate planning law, and has recently lectured on family business succession planning, estate planning for same-sex couples, and retirement and tax planning for senior lawyers. He received his undergraduate degree from Marquette University and his law degree from the University of Michigan.

  • Get an introduction to the new Wisconsin Digital Property Act
  • Become familiar with the Act’s statutory language and definitions of digital property
  • Discover the importance of including digital property language in estate planning documents
  • Understand the responsibilities of a custodian and fiduciary
  • Learn the statutory priority system for access to digital property and its opt-in nature
  • Explore the obstacles faced by fiduciaries seeking access to digital property
  • Estate planners
  • Probate lawyers
  • Elder law attorneys
  • General & solo practitioners
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