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Pending CLE credit hours in Kansas & Missouri

 Export to Your Calendar 1/29/2018 to 1/30/2018
When: January 29 - 30
8:00 AM
Where: Hilton Garden Inn, Manhattan, KS
410 S 3rd St
Manhattan, Kansas  66502
United States
Contact: Angie Harris
785-861-8811


Online registration is available until: 1/26/2018
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Pending CLE credit approval in Kansas & Missouri
 
 18th Annual SLAM DUNK 

January 29 - 30, 2018

Hilton Garden Inn

Manhattan, KS

 

Monday, January 29, 2018

8:00 AM    Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:40 AM    Tips for Selecting a Business Entity and Fundamentals for Business Contracts
                  
Dave Berson, Berson Law Group LLP, Overland Park, KS

9:30 AM    Break (10 minutes)

9:40 AM    Title Coming Soon
                 
Robert Jones, Norton Wasserman Jones & Kelly, L.L.C., Salina, KS
                    
Brendan BurkeNorton Wasserman Jones & Kelly, L.L.C., Salina, KS

10:30 AM   Title Coming Soon
                   
Angela Meyers, Meyers Law Firm, L.L.C, Pittsburg, KS 

11:20 AM   Break (10 minutes)

11:30 AM   Avoiding Tax Traps in Settlements and Awards 
                  
Susan A. Berson, Berson Law Group LLP, Overland Park, KS

12:20 PM   Lunch (provided)

1:30 PM     Legislative Update
                 
Joe Molina, Legislative Services Director, Kansas Bar Association, Topeka, KS

2:20 PM     Long-Term Care Insurance Contracts: How to Read and File Claims 
                  
Stana Martin, ACSIA Partners, LCT Insurance Solutions Specialist, Liberty, MO
This session will identify the major parts of long term care insurance contracts, teach how to read them quickly and efficiently, and explain how the claim process works so attorneys can help clients maximize their benefits from these resources


3:10 PM     Break (15 Minutes)

3:25 PM     Implicit Bias Considerations for Voir Dire
                   
Lynn R. Johnson, Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman, Chartered, Kansas City, MO

4:15 PM    Title Coming Soon
                  
Todd Sheppard, Charlson & Wilson Bonded Abstracters, Manhattan, KS

5:05 PM     Adjourn

 

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

8:00 AM    Registration and Full Breakfast

8:30 AM    Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity 
                  
Sara Rust-Martin, Sections and LOMAP Services, KBA, Topeka, KS 
The description of this program is best summarized by the ABA Committee on Disaster Response and Preparedness when they stated: “Disaster planning is especially important for lawyers. Not only is it necessary to protect, preserve, and in extreme cases rebuild one’s practice or firm, lawyers also have special obligations to their clients. Lawyers must represent the client competently and diligently, safeguard client’s property, and maintain client confidentiality and communications. These obligations are neither excused nor waived following a disaster.” 


9:20 AM    Generational Differences in the Workplace (LPM)  
                  
Amanda L. Stanley, The League of Kansas Municipalities, Legal Counsel, Topeka, KS 

10:10 AM   Break (15 minutes)

10:25 AM  Title Coming Soon
                  
Erika Jurado-Graham, Jurado-Graham Law Firm, P.A. Kansas City, MO 

11:15 AM  Wrapping it Up (Ethics) 
                  
Anne McDonald, Kansas Lawyer Assistance Program, Topeka, KS
Give yourself a present: wrap up your law practice beautifully so that you have no worries and clients have happy                          memories of your superb services. Being proactive gives you control over the process – the who, the when, the how it happens.
As more and more members of the legal profession age, it just makes sense that the number of lawyers afflicted with age-related conditions will grow.  And anyone of any age can have an accident or suffer from an unanticipated medical situation that prevents him or her from properly tending to the practice for an extended time.  We will look at just 4 parts of this topic today:

1.  Proper preparation for the anticipated, and the unexpected, termination of a law practice
2.  How to step in and cover or wrap up a practice
3. The ethical obligations of the lawyer, the firm or colleagues, the court, and the lawyer who steps in, voluntarily or under Rule 220.
4. The roles, if any, for Discipline, KALAP and SOLACE.

12:05 PM   Adjourn

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