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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Keeneland Racecourse

    For more information, download a PDF of the 35th Annual National Conference on Equine Law brochure.

    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
    • New Electronic Jockey Club Certificate Process
    • Sexual Misconduct and Safe Sport in the Equine Industry:  Overview, Update, Due Process
    • Equine Waivers Signed on Behalf of Minors
    • Hooray for Hollywood, Horses, and Lawyers ! – The Sequel:  How Ethical Are Lawyers?
    • Annual Federal Legislative Update for the Equine Law Attorney
    • Current Drug & Medication Issues in the Equine Industry
    • Equine Insurance Coverage Issues and Analysis
    • Veterinary Records and Racing Reform
    • Preparing for the 2020 Breeders’ Cup
    • Exclusion from Equine Venues
    • Unique Equine Contract Clauses and Issues
    • Wage & Hour Issues in the Equine Industry

Thursday, May 7, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    The Campbell House

    For more information, download the PDF of the 23rd Annual Workers’ Compensation Institute brochure.

    Tentative topics include:

    • A Review of Key Workers’ Compensation Case Law
    • Workers’ Compensation Board Opinion Update
    • Safety Penalty Enhancements
    • Occupational Exposure Cases
    • Admin. Update from the Ky. Dep’t Of Workers’ Claims
    • Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Regulatory Update
    • Evidence Refresher for the Workers’ Compensation Practitioner
    • Tips and Traps for Settlement Agreements
    • Legal Ethics in Workers’ Compensation Practice
    • In the Course and 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, May 14, 2020

  • 10:00 am to 11:00 pm

    140A Walker Conference Room

  • 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

    Law Building 297 (C. Edward Glasscock '69 and Mary F. Glasscock and The Family of William T. Robinson, III '71 and Joan M. Robinson Classroom)

Thursday, June 4, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    UK College of Law

    For more information, download the PDF of the 17th Biennial Employment Law Institute brochure.

    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
    • Restrictive Covenants: Non-Competes, Nonsolicits, and Non-Disclosure Agreements in the Employment Context
    • Dangers of Misclassification of Workers as Exempt Employees and/or Independent Contractors
    • Conducting Internal and External Investigations
    • Ethical Issues for the Employment Lawyer

Monday, June 29, 2020

Thursday, July 30, 2020

  • 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Keeneland Racecourse

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

    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

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