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Faculty Members Present Legal-Education Seminar on Identity Theft

Four Penn College faculty members recently presented a continuing legal-education seminar on “Identity Theft” to members of the Lycoming Law Association. Rhonda L. Davis, assistant professor, legal assistant;and Kevin R. Derr and Walter J. Landen, professors, legal assistant; spoke on legal issues related to this majorcriminal and economic problem. Eric K. Albert, associate professor, machine tool technologies/automated manufacturing, discussed the impact of technology on identity theft.

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