Recent Developments in Employment Law 2017 – Dec. 15

TOPICS:
Welcome & Introduction
– Mark R. Waterfill, Chair

How To Handle Employment Law Ethical Matters
– Arend J. Abel

Drug Testing
– Craig W. Wiley

Social Media 2017
– Jan Michelsen

Retaliation
– Stephanie Jane Hahn

Non-Compete Roundup
– Hannesson I. Murphy

ADA / FMLA Update
– Alan L. McLaughlin

FLSA Update
– Ellen E. Boshkoff

Hiring
– Candace A. Bankovich

Update on LGBT and Title VII
– Mark R. Waterfill
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FACULTY:
Mark R. Waterfill, Chair
Mark R. Waterfill, Attorney at Law, P.C., Indianapolis

Arend J. Abel
Cohen & Malad, LLP, Indianapolis

Candace A. Bankovich
Lewis Wagner, LLP, Indianapolis

Ellen E. Boshkoff
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis

Stephanie Jane Hahn
Attorney at Law, Indianapolis

Alan L. McLaughlin
Littler Mendelson, P.C., Indianapolis

Jan Michelsen
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., Indianapolis

Hannesson I. Murphy
Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis

Craig W. Wiley
Jackson Lewis P.C., Indianapolis
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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN
EMPLOYMENT LAW 2017
6 CLE / 1 E – Friday, December 15
9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

LIVE IN-PERSON SEMINAR
– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

LIVE INDIVIDUAL WEBCAST
– From your home or office computer

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2017 Year in Review – Dec. 5-6: Starts Tomorrow!

DAY 1 TOPICS:
Welcome and Introduction
– Alan M. Hux, Program Chair

Ethics Law Update
– Charles M. Kidd & Kevin P. McGoff

Constitutional Law Update
– Kenneth J. Falk

Tort Law Update
– Roy T. Tabor – Plaintiff Perspective
– Thomas Rosta – Defense Perspective

Income Tax Update
– Richard L. Bartholomew

Data Breach & Cybersecurity Liabilities
– William C. Wagner

Unmanned Aircraft Systems / Drone Liabilities
– Richard S. Pitts

The Expungement Process
– Michael J. Bruzzese

Criminal Law Update
– Maureen T. Keefe

DAY 2 TOPICS:
Insurance Law Update
– John C. Trimble

Family Law
– Andrew Z. Soshnick

Employment Law Update
– Stephanie Jane Hahn

Recent Developments in Estate Planning
– Todd I. Glass

Elder Law Update
– Robert W. Fechtman

Recent Developments in Real Estate Law
– Andrew B. Buroker

Bankruptcy Law Update
– Thomas P. Yoder
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FACULTY:
Alan M. Hux – Program Chair
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Richard L. Bartholomew
Girardot, Strauch & Co, Lafayette, IN

Michael J. Bruzzese
Paganelli Law Group, Carmel, IN

Andrew B. Buroker
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Kenneth J. Falk
American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN

Robert W. Fechtman
Fechtman Law Office, Indianapolis, IN

Todd I. Glass
Fine & Hatfield, Evansville, IN

Stephanie Jane Hahn
Attorney At Law, Indianapolis, IN

Maureen T. Keefe
Attorney at Law, Carmel, IN

Charles M. Kidd
Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, Indianapolis, IN

Kevin P. McGoff
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Richard S. Pitts
Arlington / Roe & Co., Indianapolis

Thomas E. Rosta
Metzger Rosta LLP, Noblesville, IN

Andrew Z. Soshnick
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Roy T. Tabor
Tabor Law Firm, LLP, Indianapolis, IN

John C. Trimble
Lewis Wagner, LLP, Indianapolis, IN

William C. Wagner
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Thomas P. Yoder
Barrett & McNagny LLP, Fort Wayne, IN
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2017 YEAR IN REVIEW
12 CLE / 1 E – Tuesday & Wednesday, December 5-6
9:00 A.M. – 4:45 P.M. Both Days

LIVE IN-PERSON SEMINAR
– Ritz Charles, Carmel

LIVE GROUP WEBCASTS
– Bingham Greenebaum Doll, Evansville (Central Time)
– Grand Wayne Center, Fort Wayne
– Taft Stettinius & Hollister, Indianapolis
– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis
– Blue Chip Hotel & Casino, Michigan City
– May Oberfell Lorber, Mishawaka
– DeFur Voran, Muncie

LIVE INDIVIDUAL WEBCASTS
Day 1 -or- Day 2  from your home or office computer

VIDEO REPLAY SEMINARS
– Available after Live Seminar date

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Guardianship Training – Tuesday, Nov. 21

A program designed to guide you through the concepts, mechanics, duties, special situations, ethical matters and current practice issues.

Co-Sponsored with the Center for At-Risk Elders (CARE)
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TOPICS:
Legal Concepts
a. The Serious Consequences of Guardianship
b. Navigating Indiana’s Confusing Guardianship Code
c. Principles of Surrogate Decision Making
d. Lesser Restrictive Alternatives to Guardianship

Legal Mechanics
a. Launching a Guardianship Proceeding
b. Preparing for the Uncontested Hearing
c. Preparing for the Contested Hearing
d. Discovery Rules and Evidence Rules

Duties of Guardian to Court & Post-Hearing Role of Court
a. Reports, Inventories and Accountings
b. Actions Requiring Court Approval
c. Successor Guardians and Removal of Guardians
d. Termination of Guardianships
e. Special Legal Tools Available to Guardians

Temporary Guardianships
a. When Is a Temporary Guardianship Appropriate?
b. Special Rules Applicable to Temporary Guardians

Ethical Issues in Guardianship
a. Confidentiality in the Age of E-Filing
b. Obligations to Honor Rights to Due Process
c. Advising Guardians on Methods of Ethical Decision Making

Overview of Current Issues in Guardianship Law & Practice
a. Access / Quality / Accountability.
b. Update on Recent Indiana Case Law on Guardianship
c. “Right to Association”
d. Laundry List of Guardianship Laws Too Often
Ignored in Practice
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FACULTY:
H. Kennard Bennett
Bennett & McClammer LLP, Indianapolis

Sara M. McClammer
Bennett & McClammer LLP, Indianapolis
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GUARDIANSHIP TRAINING
Co-Sponsored with the Center for At-Risk Elders (CARE)
6 CLE / 1 E – Tuesday, November 21
9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

LIVE IN-PERSON SEMINAR
– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

LIVE INDIVIDUAL WEBCAST
– From your home or office computer

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Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Workshop – Nov. 9-10

Collaborative Practice specialist Victoria Smith leads a two-day workshop to further engage those trained in collaborative practice.

Agenda Day 1:
• Introductions/Goals/Learning Objectives
Overview of Collaborative Process & Professionals

• Advocacy in a Settlement Context – Role play
Redefining the Role of the Advocate
What we keep from traditional advocacy and what’s new
The Spectrum of Advocacy within Collaborative Practice
Understanding Conflict – Role play

• Overview of Interest-based Negotiation
Spectrum of Interests/Core Concerns
The Neuroscience of Interest-based Negotiation – Role play

• The Synergy of Neutrals and Advocates

• Key Communication Skills
Active Listening
Reframing
Non-defensive Questioning
“I” Statements

• Understanding Fairness
Question & Answer

Agenda Day 2:
• Roadmap of the Team Case
Comprehensive Team Protocols

• Initial Client Meeting – Role play

• The Role of the Law in an Interest
Based Process Understanding Power

• The Interplay between Fairness, the Law & Interests

• Option Generation

• Questions & Answers
Wrap-up & Closing
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National Speaker:
Victoria Smith, Victoria Smith Collaborative PC
A Toronto family lawyer with over 30 years of experience. Her passion and life work is to help clients to resolve their separation and divorce wisely and with dignity, and to support an evolution in the legal profession from adversarial advocacy to conflict resolution advocacy. Over 15 years ago, she confined my practice to out-of-court settlement work using Collaborative Law/Collaborative Practice and mediation. She has successfully resolved hundreds of mediations and collaborative cases. She provides workshops to collaborative professionals across North America and internationally to critical acclaim.

She is an empathic and solution-oriented lawyer and mediator, with a recognized capacity to negotiate creative settlements that meet her client’s needs and goals. She believes in educating, coaching and empowering her clients through a separation process that successfully prepares them for the future. Her goal is to help her clients receive their best possible outcome with the least possible emotional and financial turmoil.
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ADVANCED INTERDISCIPLINARY
COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE WORKSHOP
12 CLE / 12 CME – Thursday & Friday, November 9-10

LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY SEMINAR
– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

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