Dr.Jim Castagnera

Area Of Expertise : Human Resources; Business & Banking Law; Higher Education Law, Policies & Practices; Data Privacy
40 Years Of Experience
Training Industry : Multi Industry

 Dr. Jim Castagnera holds an M.A. in Journalism from Kent State University, and a J.D. and Ph.D. (American Studies) from Case Western Reserve University. He worked 10 years as a labor, employment, and intellectual-property attorney with Saul Ewing and 23 years as associate provost & legal counsel for academic affairs at Rider University, where in 2018 he received the university’s highest annual award for distinguished service. He also did stints as a full-time law professor at UT-Austin and Widener University Law School.

Having retired from Rider in 2019, he is engaged in a portfolio of activities: President of Dr. Jim’s One-Stop HR Shop, a freelance writing, webinar and training company in the HR space; Partner with Portum Group International LLC, an educational and training organization in the data-privacy and compliance space; Of Counsel to the Wilftek, a law firm specializing in IP; an Adjunct Professor of Law in the Kline School of Law at Drexel University.

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Recorded Webinar

Revolutionize Your HR Practices With Chat GPT: A Technical Webinar For HR Professionals

Are you an HR professional struggling to balance repetitive administrative tasks with strategic initiatives? Do you find it challenging to gather feedback from employees and measure their satisfaction levels? Are you looking for a tool to help identify skill g ...

  • Basic & Advanced
  • 90 Mins
On-Demand Webinar

Cyber Ethics: Build a Solid Foundation for Your Cybersecurity Policies and Programs

This webinar will investigate the ethical and social challenges stemming from computing and telecommunication technology, as well as from mobile information-enabling devices.  The goals are to provide attendees with background in Cyber Ethics and the analytica ...

  • Advanced
  • 90 Mins
On-Demand Webinar

Banks and Identity Theft

Financial identity theft occurs when someone uses another consumer’s personal information (name, social security number, etc) with the intent of conducting multiple transactions to commit fraud that results in substantial harm or inconvenience to the victim.  ...

  • Intermediate
  • 90 Mins