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Thursday, July 30, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Keeneland Racecourse

    • • •  UPDATE 5/28/2020  • • •

    The in-person Annual Midwest-Midsouth Estate Planning Institute on July 30 & 31, 2020, has been canceled.

    However, it has been RESTRUCTURED as a webinar to be delivered via Zoom. If you were registered for this program, UK/CLE will carry over your registration. The agenda for the conference should remain the same.

    For more information, download a PDF of the 47th Annual Midwest-Midsouth Estate Planning Institute brochure.

    Zoom Requirements:

    • Stable, high-speed internet connection
    • Desktop/laptop computer, tablet, phone, or other mobile device
    • No Zoom account needed to attend!

    More information on using Zoom:

    If you have already registered, contact UK/CLE at 859-257-2921 to have your credit balance refunded, or to cancel.

    Thank you for your support of UK/CLE.

    Tentative topics include:

    • Things About Which We Should Be Fired Up, Worried, Surprised, Or Shocked
    • Estate Planning and Trust Management for a Brave New World: It’s All in the Family…What’s a Family ?
    • Modern Practice in Estate Litigation Matters
    • Trust and Tax Planning for IRAs in Light of SECURE Act
    • Correcting Misconceptions, Dispelling Myths and Setting the Record Straight about Elder Law and the Long-Term Care World
    • Life Cycle of a Family Foundation and Other Charitable Planning Issues
    • The KBA Probate & Trust Law Section Annual Case Law & Legislative Update and Practitioner’s Roundtable
    • The Past Year’s Most Significant, Curious, or Downright Fascinating Fiduciary Cases
    • We Love You but We Don’t Trust You: Preventing Your Child’s Spouse from Becoming a Trust Beneficiary if They Divorce
    • Ethical Challenges when Dealing with Elder Financial Abuse
    • Life Post-Kaestner: Constitutional Considerations in the State Taxation of Trusts
    • Protecting Client Data: Ethics, Security, and Practicality for Estate Planners
    • Ten Tools Every Estate Planner Should Know How to Use

Thursday, August 20, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Online Webinar via Zoom

    • • •  UPDATE 6/2/2020  • • •

    The in-person 17th Biennial Employment Law Institute on June 4 & 5, 2020, has been canceled.

    However, it has been RESTRUCTURED as a webinar to be delivered via Zoom and RESCHEDULED for Thursday and Friday, August 20 & 21, 2020. If you were registered for this program, UK/CLE will carry over your registration.

    The agenda for the conference will largely remain the same, with the addition of a COVID-19 related presentation. For more information, download an updated PDF of the 17th Biennial Employment Law Institute brochure.

    Zoom Requirements:

    • Stable, high-speed internet connection
    • Desktop/laptop computer, tablet, phone, or other mobile device
    • No Zoom account needed to attend!

    More information on using Zoom:

    If you have already registered, contact UK/CLE at 859-257-2921 to have your credit balance refunded or to cancel.

    Thank you for your support of UK/CLE.

     

    Tentative topics include:

    • Wage & Hour Issues: Class Actions Drafting Considerations in Arbitration Agreements
    • Erisa Litigation – Practice Tips
    • Pregnancy Discrimination and the Kentucky Pregnant Workers Act
    • Legal Ethics for the Employment Law Attorney
    • Recent NLRB Rulings/Guidance/Decisions
    • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues in the Workplace: The Invisible Risks
    • ADR in Employment Law Matters
    • Discrimination Law Case Law Update
    • CBD Oil and Other Drug Testing Issues in Today’s Work World
    • Employment Law Issues in a COVID-19 World
    • Dangers of Misclassification of Workers as Exempt Employees and/or Independent Contractors
    • Conducting Internal and External Investigations
    • Ethical Issues for the Employment Lawyer

     

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Online via Zoom

    • • •  UPDATE 5/31/2020  • • •

    The in-person 22nd Biennial Family Law Institute on March 26, 2020, was  canceled.

    However, it has been RESTRUCTURED as a webinar to be delivered via Zoom and RESCHEDULED for August 26, 2020. If you were registered for this program and have not yet requested a refund, UK/CLE will carry over your registration. The tentative agenda for the conference remains the same.

    For more information, view/download a PDF of the updated 22nd Biennial Family Law Institute brochure.

    Zoom Requirements:

    • Stable, high-speed internet connection
    • Desktop/laptop computer, tablet, phone, or other mobile device
    • No Zoom account needed to attend!

    More information on using Zoom:

    If you are still registered from the old March date, contact UK/CLE at 859-257-2921 to have your tuition transferred to the new date, to cancel with a full refund, or to put your credit balance toward up to 12 hours of UK/CLE Self-Study Programs.

    Thank you for your support of UK/CLE.

    Tentative topics include:

    • Biennial Case Law & Legislative Update in Family Law
    • Current Legal Issues for the Guardian Ad Litem
    • Multi-Parent Families and Grandparent Rights
    • LGBTQ Issues in Modern Family Law
    • What Family Law Attorneys Should Know About Assisted Reproduction
    • Dealing With Taxes in Divorce Matters
    • Achieving Justice in Child Support
    • Ethics for the Family Law Practitioner

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

  • (All day)

    Marriott Griffin Gate Hotel & Spa Lexington

    • • •  UPDATE 6/16/2020  • • •

    The 3rd Biennial Kentucky Health Law Institute on September 2 & 3, 2020, has been RESTRUCTURED as a webinar to be delivered via Zoom.

    For more information, download a PDF of the 3rd Biennial Kentucky Health Law Institute brochure.

    Zoom Requirements:

    • Stable, high-speed internet connection
    • Desktop/laptop computer, tablet, phone, or other mobile device
    • No Zoom account needed to attend!

    More information on using Zoom:

    If you have any questions about your registration, contact UK/CLE at 859-257-2921.

    Thank you for your support of UK/CLE.

    Tentative topics include:

    • Viewpoints from Compliance Officers- Relationships with Legal Counsel, Hot Compliance Topics and Trends, and Other Issues
    • "I Heard You Make Referrals" – A Practical Discussion of Stark, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and Other Referral Prohibitions
    • Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Issues in Healthcare
    • Disruptive Physician Behavior
    • Child / Adult / Domestic Abuse Reporting Issues
    • Medicaid / Managed Care Contracting Process
    • Eliminating Kickbacks in Recovery Act
    • Legal Ethics for the Healthcare Attorney
    • Legal Issues Arising from Telemedicine
    • Requirements for Self-Insurance
    • Hospital Negligence: Case Law Update
    • Physician Employment Contracts
    • Legal Issues with Mid-Level Providers
    • Substance Abuse, Opioid, and Behavioral Health Issues
    • Alternative Payment Models: What’s Available, What’s Working, and Related Legal Issues
    • What to Do When the Authorities Come Knocking!

     

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Thursday, September 24, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

    Live Webinar via Zoom

    The webinar is divided across two mornings, 8am-noon each day. For a more detailed agenda, or more information, download a PDF of the 3rd Annual Elder Law Conference brochure.

    Tentative topics include:

    • The Use of Trusts in Planning for the Elderly Client
    • The Intersection of Divorce, Guardianship, and Elder Law
    • The Family Home and Elder Law
    • Adult Protective Services and the Caregiver Misconduct Registry
    • Ombudsman Services in Kentucky
    • Conversations With Clients Regarding End-of-Life Decisions
    • Current Issues with the new Kentucky POA Law and Practice
    • Insurance and the Elderly

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Saturday, October 10, 2020

Friday, October 23, 2020

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    The Campbell House

    • • •  UPDATE 5/25/2020  • • •

    15th Biennial Consumer Bankruptcy Law Conference on April 16 & 17, 2020, was canceled.

    It has been RESCHEDULED for Wednesday and Thursday, December 9 & 10, 2020, at The Campbell House in Lexington, Kentucky. If you were registered for this program, UK/CLE will carry over your registration. The agenda for the conference will remain essentially the same as originally programmed and will offer 12.25 hours of CLE credit, including 2 hrs ethics credit.

    If you cannot attend the new December dates, call UK/CLE at 859-257-2921 to be issued a refund.

    Thank you for your support of UK/CLE.

    For more information, download a PDF of the 15th Biennial Consumer Bankruptcy Law Conference brochure. (Please keep in mind this is the original brochure. Pricing remains the same, but the date and location have changed to December 9 & 10, 2020, at The Campbell House in Lexington, Kentucky.)

    12.25 hrs of CLE credit, including 2 hrs ethics credit.

    Tentative topics include:

    • Discharge & Automatic Stay Violations
    • Serial Killers and Chapter 43s: Issues with Repeat Bankruptcy Filers
    • Pre-Bankruptcy Planning Issues
    • Stress, Substance Abuse & Sanctions Part 1: Cause and Effect Emerging Financial Products and Services and Their Effect on Bankruptcy Clients
    • Elder Law Issues in Bankruptcy
    • Proof of Claim Issues
    • Issues from the Perspective of Chapter 7 Trustees
    • Stress, Substance Abuse and Sanctions Part 2: Prevention, Lawyer Well-Being, and Solutions
    • Consumer Bankruptcy Case Law Update; Bankruptcy Code & Rule Changes
    • Bankruptcy Clerk Update
    • The UCC in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases
    • Bankruptcy Law Practice Management
    • Judge’s Roundtable: Modern Practice & Procedural Issues Before the Bankruptcy Court
    • 60 Tips in 60 Minutes

Friday, February 19, 2021