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Law Tips: Do You Understand Conflicts of Interest?

September 09 2014

What are the areas of ethics that are often misunderstood by practicing lawyers? According to our long-standing ethics experts, one of them involves the lawyer’s duty of loyalty to the client, or conflicts of interest. Chuck Kidd and Kevin McGoff, ICLEF ethics faculty, bring essential reminders to practitioners of the most common ways in which […]

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ICLEF National Speaker Series includes Business, Law & Ethics (and a little bit of cinema) with Prof. Ed Adams, Thursday, September 18th

September 02 2014

Cinema not only reflects contemporary business, legal and ethical issues, it informs them. Even people in the business community take cues from movies and TV to make sure they’re “doing it right.”  Ed Adams uses classic and popular films to shape a lively, informative and entertaining discussion of issues ranging from marketing to accounting to […]

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Hon. Melissa S May accepts the Excellence in CLE Award from ICLEF President Alan Hux

The Hon. Melissa S. May and Robert C. Beasley Receive the Excellence in CLE Award

August 27 2014

At a special dinner prior to ICLEF’s most recent Board of Directors meeting, ICLEF President Alan M. Hux took the occasion to present the Excellence in Continuing Legal Education Award in recognition of two extraordinary people to ICLEF, the Honorable Melissa S. May, Indiana Court of Appeals, and Muncie attorney Robert C. Beasley. The Excellence in […]

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Law Tips: Estate Planning Does Not Include Just Grandma’s Cameo Brooch Anymore

September 16 2014

Digital assets are working their way into everyone’s life…and afterlife…like it or not! Our estate law faculty member, Professor Gerry Beyer, advises that: “Estate planning attorneys need to comprehend fully that this is not a trivial consideration and that it is a developing area of law.” Gerry Beyer, Professor of Law at Texas Tech University […]

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