Schedule of Events/Course Descriptions
Friday, May 3
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
11:30 am - 12:30 pm Committee
11:30 am - 12:30 pm Lunch
(Must register separately on registration form.)
12:30 pm - 12:40 pm Introductions
12:40 pm - 1:40
pm The United States and Ohio Economies
Bill Lafayette, Regionomics
A survey of the U.S. and Ohio
economies and prospects for the coming year. A key theme is that there is
really no single Ohio economy, but rather a collection of very different
regional economies. Accordingly, the session will include brief surveys of
these regional economies.
1:40 pm - 1:50
pm Break - Visit Exhibitors
1:50 pm - 2:50
pm Network Security Flaws &
The Network Security Flaws & Trends program will educate you on current
challenges IT departments, end users and small business encounter every day in
regards to network security. A clip of how hackers actually setup scripting
attacks to steal your passwords and view your keystrokes will be shared.
Suggestions for preventing such attacks as well as steps to take to ensure your
network is as secure as possible will also be discussed.
2:50 pm - 3:00
pm Break - Visit Exhibitors
pm - 4:00 pm The Evolution of
Document Recording & eRecording
This session will
provide an overview of Electronic Document Recording (eRecording). It will
cover a brief history of eRecording, what it is, how it works, considerations,
and benefits. We will also provide a status update on national and state
adoption of eRecording as well as a view of eRecording from a county
4:00 pm - 4:10 pm
Break - Visit Exhibitors
4:10 pm - 5:10
pm Case Law and Legislative Update
Richard Craven, Sikora Law
This program provides
a case law and legislative update from 2012 and 2013 involving the developments
in Ohio law that have the most significant effect on the land title
industry. The program will provide a summary and analysis of the most
significant cases and legislation along with the ramifications of such
decisions and legislation on title, escrow, and closing professionals in Ohio.
5:00 pm - 5:00
pm Committee Meetings
6:00 pm - 6:30
pm OLTAPAC Reception
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm Dinner
and Kentucky Derby Party
Join your industry colleagues for a casual
dinner followed by an evening of video horse racing.
7:30 am - 12:00 pm
7:30 am - 12:00 pm
7:30 am - 8:10
am Continental Breakfast
8:10 am - 8:15 am
8:15 am - 9:00
am Investigating Workers’
Compensation Claims and Complying with Wage and Hour Law
Noel Shepard and Adam Hanley, Frost Brown Todd
This course covers two of the most
important—and potentially expensive—issues facing employers today. First,
it will include tips on investigating and managing workers’ compensation
claims, including how to reconstruct the accident, gather information, and
contain costs. It will also discuss the most common wage and hour
mistakes made by employers, including misclassification of employees and
miscalculation of overtime, and will provide best practices for navigating the
wage and hour maze.
9:00 - 9:45 am
the Three-Way Reconciliation
Brent Scheer, Agents National Title Insurance Co.
This course will give the participant the
essential tools to be deployed as part of the management of customer funds
within the escrow account. At the end of the session, the participant
will have four simple steps to ensure the three-way reconciliation is performed
properly and tips to help efficiently and effectively review the three-way
reconciliation. This session will also discuss risks of online banking
and the regulatory environment’s impact on escrow accounting.
9:45 am - 10:00 am
10:00 am - 11:00
am Ohio Notary
Requirements for Real Estate Transactions
Roger Rill, Ohio Society of Notaries
Nearly every real estate transaction includes a number of both lender and title
documents requiring notarized signatures. This class will provide an overview
of notarial signing procedures and best practices, intended
toincrease awareness forthose involved with real estate documents,
and ensure compliance with Ohio laws.
11:00 am -
Noon Fifteen Keys to
Career and Business Success in the Title Industry
Tim Connor, Connor Resource Group
Effective management and leadership is a
combination of bottom up reality, integrity and honesty and top down clarity,
consistency and accountability. One of the major challenges of managers
and leaders today is to create a positive, consistent and empowering culture.
Without it, the consequences can be increased organization dysfunction, poor
employee performance, lost business and revenue and a lack of customer and
employee loyalty. During this session Tim will discuss the key elements to
ensure that you create and maintain a consistent and effective management
style, behaviors and decisions that contribute to ongoing success.
12:00 pm - 12:10
pm Closing Remarks/Adjourn
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Marriott Columbus Northwest
5605 Blazer Parkway
Dublin, Ohio 43017
$109 + tax before 4/10/2013 (you must reference Ohio Land Title Association)
Registration for Members -$199, Honorary Life Members - $150, First Time Attendees - $120. Registration prices increase after April 4, 2013.
Registration for Non-member Agencies/Law Firms-$255 (after April 4-$295), Non-member Underwriters - $800 (after April 4-$900)
On-site registration will be different pricing - please refer to the registration form for details.If you do not wish to register on-line, you may download the registration brochure and mail or fax in registration with your payment.
Cancellations received by noon, April 20, 2013 will be refunded, less a $30 fee. After that date, those not attending will receive any seminar materials in full consideration of fees paid. Substitutions of participants are permitted. Registrations will be limited to available space.
OLTA offers multiple sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities at the Annual Convention. View all of the sponsorship opportunities or contact Amber Fosler - firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
- We have applied for 7.5 General CLE from the Ohio Supreme Court
- We have applied for 7.5 CLE credit hours from the Kentucky Bar Association
- This seminar has been submitted to the Ohio Department of Insurance for 7.5 title CIE including 2.0 Ethics CIE credit hours. The course level is intermediate.
- The experience and qualifications of the instructors is available upon request.
- To receive continuing insurance education (CIE) credit, you must do the following for each session (an exam is not required to receive credit)
- Sign the attendance roster before the session
- Attend the session in its entirety
- Complete & sign the request for CIE credits
- Turn in the request for CIE credits at the end of the session
Partial CIE credit can be given to attendees of this seminar. The credit must be rounded down to half hour increments.
OLTA will only accept National Producer Numbers (NPN) for Continuing Insurance Education credit. We cannot accept social security numbers or license numbers. To find your NPN, visit https://gateway.insurance.ohio.gov/UI/ODI.Agent.Public.UI/AgentLocator.mvc/DisplaySearch
Requirements for Continuing Legal Education credit have not changed. You are still required to provide your Attorney Registration Number to receive credit.Services For The Physically Challenged Individuals
OLTA takes reasonable steps to ensure no individual who is physically challenged is discriminated against because of the absence of auxiliary aids and services. If special arrangements or diet are required for an individual to participate in the program, please contact us in advance at (888) 292-6582 or Info@OLTA.org.