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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

  • 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

    2nd Floor Terrace (Zoom option available)

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

  • (All day)

    In-Person at Keeneland Racecourse or Remotely via Zoom

    The Institute will be held at Keeneland Racecourse and simultaneously livestreamed via Zoom for those attending remotely. For more information (including a detailed agenda) and a printable registration form, download the a PDF of the 48th Annual Midwest-Midsouth Estate Planning Institute brochure. If you have questions or wish to register by phone, please contact our office at 859-257-2921.

    COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN: If it is deemed unsafe to hold this Institute in person, please note that it will be offered as a live, interactive Zoom Webinar on the same dates and following the same agenda times. We will notify registrants of this change as soon as is practicable.

     
    Tentative topics include:

    • Notable Developments in Estate Planning & Administration
    • Directed Trusts to Help Families Reduce Fiduciary Friction and Minimize Risk
    • Post-Divorce Planning
    • The Secure Act and Other Recent Developments in Estate Planning for Retirement Assets
    • Lessons Learned from Charitable Remainder Trusts
    • Legal Ethics Issues in Charitable Planning
    • Crucial “End of Life” Documents
    • The Past Year’s Most Significant, Curious, or Downright Fascinating Fiduciary Cases
    • Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should -- Naming the Drafting Lawyer as Executor or Trustee
    • A Kentucky Practice Nuts & Bolts Survey of Estate Planning/Administration Issues
    • Genetic Testing and its Impact on Estate Planning and Administration
    • Legal Issues in Passing Corporate and Partnership Interests
    • Modifying Irrevocable Trusts
    • Grantor v. Non-Grantor Trusts
    • Insolvency Issues in Estate Administration

     
    Zoom Requirements for Remote Attendance:

    • 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:

Monday, August 16, 2021

Thursday, December 9, 2021