The Essentials of Family Law – Next Friday – Dec. 16

TOPICS:
* Perspectives from the Bench
– Magistrate Kimberly D. Mattingly & Magistrate William P. Greenaway

* Top 10 Family Law Cases from 2016
– Teresa A. Griffin

* Conducting Discovery for a Final Hearing and/or Mediation, with Forms
– Jonathan R. Deenik

* Ethical Considerations for Different Types of ADR: Mediation, Arbitration, & Parenting Coordination
– Elisabeth M. Edwards, Lana Pendoski, & Carol Terzo

* Negotiated Final Documents & Finalization of a Decree, with Forms
– Jason P. Hopper

* GALs & their Role in Family Law
– Vanessa López Aguilera & Jenna L. Heavner
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FACULTY:
Teresa Griffin, Chair
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis

Magistrate William P. Greenaway
Hamilton County Superior Court #6, Noblesville

Magistrate Kimberly D. Mattingly
Marion County Superior Court, Indianapolis

Jonathan R. Deenik
Deenik Law LLC, Greenwood

Elisabeth M. Edwards
Wanzer Edwards PC, Indianapolis

Jenna Heavner
Mallor Grodner LLP, Indianapolis

Jason P. Hopper
Cordell & Cordell P.C., Indianapolis

Vanessa Lopez Aguilera
Lopez Law Office, Indianapolis

Lana Pendoski
Newton Becker Bouwkamp Pendoski, P.C., Indianapolis

Carol Terzo
The Mediation Option, Indianapolis
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THE ESSENTIALS OF FAMILY LAW
6 CLE / 1 CME / 1 E – Friday, December 16
9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

LIVE IN-PERSON SEMINAR
– ICLEF Conference Center, Indianapolis

LIVE GROUP WEBCAST
– Ice Miller Law Office, Indianapolis

LIVE INDIVIDUAL WEBCAST
– From your home or office computer

 

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Steven H. Ancel Annual Bankruptcy Institute, Dec. 9

MORNING SESSION:
Issues in Consumer Bankruptcy – Chapter 7 & 13

* Everything You Wanted to Know About Mortgage Issues But Were Afraid to Ask

* Southern District of Indiana Bankruptcy Case Update & Practice Pointers

* Hot Topics & Current Developments in Ch. 13 Bankruptcy

* Update from the United States Trustee

* Issues in Business Bankruptcy – Ch. 11
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AFTERNOON SESSION:

PANEL I
* Plan-Based Third Party Releases & Section 105 Orders

PANEL II
* Structured Dismissals (In re Jevic Holding Corp.) & Litigation Update

PANEL III
* Ethical Issues for Business Bankruptcy Lawyers

PANEL IV
* Designation of Votes on Plan Balloting, Insider Sale of Claims & Voting, & Other Issues of Interest

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FACULTY:
Mark S. Zuckerberg – Institute Co-Chair
Bankruptcy Law Office of Mark S. Zuckerberg, P.C., Indianapolis, IN

James E. Rossow, Jr. – Institute Co-Chair
Rubin & Levin, P.C., Indianapolis, IN

Morning Faculty:
Suzette E. Bewley
United States Bankruptcy Court, Indianapolis, IN

Stacy J. DeLee
Doyle & Foutty, P.C., Indianapolis, IN

Nancy J. Gargula
United States Trustee, Region 10, Indianapolis, IN

John M. Hauber
Chapter 13 Standing Trustee, Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN

Julia M. Leavitt
Staff Counsel, Office of John M. Hauber, Chapter 13 Trustee, Indianapolis, IN

Patricia L. Marshall
United States Bankruptcy Court, Indianapolis, IN

Marion Molly Miller
Staff Attorney, Office of John M. Hauber, Chapter 13 Trustee, Indianapolis, IN

Jason T. Mizzell
United States Bankruptcy Court, Indianapolis, IN

Afternoon Faculty:
Christopher E. Baker
Hester Baker Krebs LLC, Indianapolis, IN

Wendy D. Brewer – Panel III Moderator
Jensen/Brewer LLC, Indianapolis, IN

Jason R. Burke
Blackwell, Burke & Ramsey, P.C., Indianapolis, IN

Henry A. Efroymson
Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Terry E. Hall – Panel IV Moderator
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Michael W. Hile
Jacobson Hile, LLC, Indianapolis IN

John C. Hoard
Rubin & Levin, P.C., Indianapolis, IN

Samuel D. Hodson
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Jeffrey A. Hokanson – Panel II Moderator
Frost Brown Todd LLC, Indianapolis, IN

Martha R. Lehman
SmithAmundsen LLC, Indianapolis, IN

Michael K. McCrory – Panel I Moderator
Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis, IN

James P. Moloy
Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, Indianapolis, IN

C. Daniel Motsinger
Krieg DeVault LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Thomas C. Scherer
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Thomas P. Yoder
Barrett McNagny LLP, Fort Wayne, IN
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STEVEN H. ANCEL
ANNUAL BANKRUPTCY INSTITUTE

6 CLE / 1 E – Friday, December 9, 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

VIDEO REPLAY SEMINARS
– Available statewide after Live Seminar date

 

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The Power & Challenge of Teams in Collaborative Law, Nov. 17

New to the ICLEF curriculum! Whether formally trained in collaborative law or looking to learn more, this will be a wonderful forum to explore the process…

Our faculty includes internationally recognized collaborative law educators Nancy Cameron and Yuval Berger leading a day-long workshop environment that will address the collaborative team process.

Overview:

Collaborative Practice involves working in teams, whether it is a team of two collaborative lawyers and two clients or a full interdisciplinary collaborative team working with two clients. In this one day workshop, we will explore the strength of teams, the importance of the team’s cohesiveness when working with conflict, and how to have productive conversations with your clients about involving an interdisciplinary team. As we strengthen our team practice and take on more challenging cases, team challenges are inevitable. This day will also give you an opportunity to work with some of the more challenging aspects of teamwork, to learn about the characteristics of the most successful teams and help build strategies to take home to your practice.

We will explore how:
* we inevitably bring our own values & professional identity needs into our work with colleagues and the impact this may have on the team:
*  to begin cases with team mates in ways that will maximize the chance for successful outcomes;
*  to keep our focus on the children when we have an allegiance to one of the parents;
*  to protect against splitting and becoming positional in the team, and strategies to address a split in the team after it has already occurred to build strategies to talk with a colleague whose behavior we feel is misguided, or even unethical;
*  to handle the tension of making space to give voice to our client’s concerns while at the same time protecting our relationship with each of the team members; and
*  to address a behavior by one of the team members, who may be our friend a well as our professional colleague, which undermines the ‘team spirit’.

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Moderated by Internationally Recognized Collaborative Practice Professionals:

Nancy Cameron
Nancy J. Cameron, Q.C., Vancouver, British Columbia

Yuval Berger
Family Therapist & Divorce Coach, Vancouver, British Columbia

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The Power & Challenge of Teams in Collaborative Law: Working Together to Resolve Disputes
6 CLE / 6 CME / 7.2 CPE / 6 CEH
Thursday, November 17,  9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

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

 

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Worker’s Compensation Institute, Nov. 10

TOPICS:
Course Objectives
– Hon. Linda P. Hamilton & Diana L. Wann, Program Co-Chairs
The 411 on Tapering Polypharmacy Regimens
– Mark Pew
Current Trends in Alternatives to Narcotic Pain Management
– Dr. David M. Ratzman 
Pain Management in Worker’s Compensation Injury Care
Panel: Dr. David M. Ratzman, Mark Pew & Kathleen M. Pianki
Questions & Answers
– All Available Morning Panelists
Independent Medical Examinations and Issues They Raise
– Nathan B. Maudlin
Successful Strategies for Settlement: Social Security and Medicare Set Asides, Tactics and Ethical Considerations
Presenters:  T. Reg Hesselgrave, Natalie M. Fierek & Robert J. Doyle

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FACULTY:
Hon. Linda P. Hamilton, Co-Chair

Chair, Indiana Worker’s Compensation Board, Indianapolis, IN

Diana L. Wann, Co-Chair

Jackson Kelly PLLC, Crawfordsville, IN

Robert J. Doyle

Due Doyle Fanning & Alderfer, LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Natalie M. Fierek

Law Office of Natalie M. Fierek, LLC, North Webster, IN

T. Reg Hesselgrave

Attorney at Law, Yorktown, IN

Nathan B. Maudlin

Klezmer Maudlin PC, New Harmony, IN

Mark Pew

Senior Vice President, PRIUM, Duluth, GA

Kathleen M. Pianki, RN BSN CCM

Nurse Case Manager, Genex Services, LLC, Indianapolis, IN

Dr. David M. Ratzman, MD
Anesthesia Pain Consultants of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN
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