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Friday, March 5, 2021

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Monday, March 15, 2021

Thursday, March 18, 2021

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Online Webinar via Zoom

    This live webinar is spread across two mornings and will run from 8:50am-12:25pm Eastern on Thursday, March 18 and from 9:00am-12:40pm on Friday, March 19. For more information, including a detailed agenda, download a PDF of the 6th Biennial Collection Law Conference brochure.

    Tentative topics include:

    • Biennial Case Law & Legislative Update for the Collections Attorney
    • The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act – An Update
    • Properly Handling Foreclosure Actions in Kentucky
    • Replevin Actions and Writs of Possession
    • The New Normal – COVID-19’s Impact on the Collection Industry
    • Legal and Practice Issues Involving Cancellation of Indebtedness
    • Discovery Issues in Collection Matters
    • Legal Ethics, COVID-19, and the Collection Attorney

    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:

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

  • 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

    Online via Zoom

    Law, Justice, and the Holocaust: How the Courts Failed Germany

    PROGRAM INFORMATION

    This thought-provoking program will challenge participants to examine the pressures facing judges, prosecutors, defenders, and police – those who are charged with the duty not only to uphold the justice system but also to protect individual liberty. Participants will hopefully come away with a renewed commitment to ensuring that the rule of law is not used as a tool of oppression.

    Presented by

    William F. Meinecke, Jr., Ph.D., Historian,
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education

    Ann O’Rourke, Program Coordinator,
    Initiative on the Holocaust and Professional Leadership,
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education

    REGISTRATION INFORMATION

    This webinar is offered free of charge as a Rosenberg College of Law Social Justice Initiative.
    Registration is online only for this event.

    🢂 Register Online Here: tinyurl.com/UKCLE-LJH

    More Information

    For more information, including a detailed agenda, download a PDF of the Law, Justice, and the Holocaust 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:

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Monday, April 5, 2021

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

  • (All day)

    Online via Zoom

    This live webinar will run from 9:00am-4:15pm Eastern on April 7 and from 9:00am to 12:45pm Eastern on April 8. For more information, including a detailed agenda, download a PDF of the 18th Biennial Business Associations Law Institute brochure.

    Tentative topics include:

    • Legislative and Case Law Update for the Business Law Practitioner
    • Planning for and Dealing with the Death of an S Corporation Sole Shareholder
    • What Every Business Lawyer Needs to Know About Securities Law
    • Tax Traps For Business Lawyers to Keep in Mind
    • Oppression in the Closely Held Business in the Age of LLCs
    • Tools for Addressing and Avoiding Deadlock in 50-50 entities
    • Legal Ethics for the Business Law Attorney
    • Business Law Practice Issues in the Covid-19 World
    • The Current Status of Partnerships and Partnership Law
    • Protecting Minority Owners with a List of Events that Require a Super-Majority Vote

    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:

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

  • (All day)

    Online via Zoom

    This webinar is divided across three afternoons. For more information, including a detailed agenda, download a PDF of the 35th Annual National Conference on Equine Law brochure. Please note all times in the agenda are Eastern.

    Tentative Topics Include:

    • Annual Case Law Update for the Equine Law Attorney
    • Legal Ethics for the Equine Law Attorney: Data Privacy
    • Practical Considerations and Legal Strategies in the Enforcement of Agister’s and Veterinarian’s Liens
    • Legal Issues with Equine Artificial Insemination and Cooled or Frozen Semen
    • Current Drug and Medication Issues in the Equine Industry
    • Sexual Misconduct and Safe Sport in the Equine Industry:  Overview, Update, Due Process
    • Equine Waivers Signed on Behalf of Minors
    • Equine Insurance Coverage Issues and Analysis
    • Hooray for Hollywood, Horses, and Lawyers! The Sequel: How Ethical Are Lawyers?
    • Veterinary Records and Racing Reform
    • Exclusion from Equine Venues
    • Unique Equine Contract Clauses and Issues
    • Wage and Hour Issues in the Equine Industry
    • COVID-19 Risk Management for Shows and Competitions

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Thursday, May 20, 2021

Thursday, June 24, 2021

  • 8:30 am to 1:30 pm

    The Campbell House, Lexington KY

    For more information, including a detailed agenda, download a PDF of the 23rd Annual Workers' Compensation Institute brochure.

    Tentative topics include:

    • TA Review of Key Workers’ Compensation Case Law
    • Occupational Exposure Cases
    • Safety Penalty Enhancements
    • Workers’ Compensation Board Opinion Update
    • Administrative Update from the Kentucky Department of Workers’ Claims
    • Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Regulatory Update
    • Evidence Refresher for the Workers’ Comp Practitioner
    • Tips and Traps for Settlement Agreements
    • Legal Ethics in Workers’ Compensation Practice
    • "In The Course & Scope of Employment" in Today’s Work World
    • When is Neck Surgery Necessary?
    • Mental-Physical Claims
    • 60 Tips in 60 Minutes
    • Legal Ethics for the Workers’ Compensation Practitioner

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Monday, August 16, 2021

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