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Advanced Civil Mediation Roundtable, November 9 & 10 – French Lick

Michael P. Bishop of Cohen Garelick & Glazier leads our esteemed faculty of experienced mediators exploring issues within the civil mediation process.

SCHEDULE:
Thursday, November 9
2:00 P.M. – 5:15 P.M.
Roundtable discussion of mediation issues

5:30 P.M. -7:00 P.M.
Hosted reception for attendees and guests

Friday, November 10
9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
Roundtable discussion of mediation issues
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TOPICS:
• Ethical Issues:  Mediation with pro se claimants; avoiding the appearance of impropriety; coercion by mediators; withdrawing from or refusing mediation. Non-neutrality and providing legal advice.

• Joint Sessions- Yes or No? When?

• Impasse: common reasons; ways of dealing with it; the mediators proposal; adjourning the mediation; bracket negotiations.

• Documenting the settlement agreement:  who prepares the agreement; parties proposed agreements; who signs and when; level of detail; Indiana case review.

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FACULTY:
Michael P. Bishop – Chair
Cohen Garelick & Glazier, Indianapolis

Barry Bitzegaio
Law Offices of Barry N. Bitzegaio, New Albany

Erik Chickedantz
Burt Blee Dixon Sutton & Bloom LLP, Fort Wayne

Thomas C. Hays
Lewis Wagner LLP, Indianapolis

Richard C Kraege
The Mediation Group, Indianapolis
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ADVANCED CIVIL MEDIATION ROUNDTABLE
A MASTERS SERIES SEMINAR
6 CLE / 6 CME / 1 E – Thursday & Friday, November 9-10

LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY SEMINAR
– French Lick Springs Resort & Casino, French Lick, IN

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Advanced Issues in Indiana Gaming – Sept. 7-8

Advanced Issues in Indiana Gaming – Sept. 7-8

The ICLEF Advanced Gaming Law seminar returns, this time we gather at the Blue Chip Casino Hotel & Spa in Michigan City.  Leading us once again is Sara Gonso Tait, Executive Director of the Indiana Gaming Commission.

If your practice in any way involves itself in the Indiana gaming industry, this is a “must attend” event.  Preferred overnight rates at the Blue Chip Casino Hotel & Spa are available, but you need to reserve your room by August 18th. (Info Below)

TOPICS:
• The Future of Sports Betting: a PASPA Repeal?

• Emerging Technology and Gaming
  (e-sports, DFS, video-gaming terminals, skill-based games, i-gaming, etc.)
  (panel discussion)

• Anti-Money Laundering compliance and best practices

• The State of Indiana Regulation: changes in policy and procedure over the last two years 

• Tribal lands in Indiana: the potential impact, approaches from other states
and the South Bend Agreement

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FACULTY:
Sara Gonso Tait – Chair
Executive Director, Indiana Gaming Commission

Cristal Brisco
Corporation Counsel, City of South Bend

Elaine Guidroz
Full House Resorts, Secretary & General Counsel Walt Stowe, former FBI special agent and casino compliance and legal executive

Adam Packer
General Counsel, IGT Indiana

Philip Sicuso
Partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll

Greg Small
General Counsel, Indiana Gaming Commission

Ryan Soultz
Director of Governmental Affairs, Boyd Gaming Central Region

Ed Winkofsky
Greenberg Traurig, Shareholder

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HOSTED RECEPTION:
There will be a hosted reception for faculty, attendees and guests following the first day of the seminar, Thursday, September 7 at 5 :15 P.M.

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Blue Chip Casino Hotel & Spa, Michigan City:
A special room rate is available for both the “Blue Chip Standard” ($99 + tax) and “Spa Blu Standard” ($109 + tax) rooms.  Please advise you are with the ICLEF Group when making your reservation. Contact the Blue Chip Reservations Department at 888.879.7711 by August 18, 2017.

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ADVANCED ISSUES IN INDIANA GAMING
A MASTERS SERIES SEMINAR
6 CLE – Thursday & Friday, September 7-8

Live In-Person Only Seminar
– Blue Chip Casino Hotel & Spa, Michigan City, IN

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

 

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Advanced Family Law in Fort Wayne, Sept. 13

Neil Hayes of Hayes & Hayeswill once again lead the ICLEF Masters Series seminar Advanced Family Law.  Neil has assembled a top-shelf faculty to engage us in discussion on the following topics:

Paul A. Leonard Jr. – Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP, Merrillville
Is there a Boundary for Permissible and Impermissible Use of Child Support?

Andrew C. Mallor – Mallor Grodner LLP, Bloomington
50 Years of Family Law

Thomas J. Markle – Barrett & McNagny LLP, Fort Wayne
What Family Lawyers Need to Know about Obamacare

Thomas A. Massey – Massey Law Offices, Evansville
A Family Law Notebook        

Andrew Z. Soshnick – Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Indianapolis
Family Case Law Update

Thomas Sponsel CPA/ABV, CFF – Sponsel CPA Group LLC, Indianapolis
Jason Thompson CPA/ABV, ASA, CFE, CFF – Sponsel CPA Group LLC, Indianapolis
Business Valuation Considerations

Magistrate Andrea R. Trevino – Allen County Circuit Court, Fort Wayne
Do’s & Don’ts in the Digital Age: Portals of Information

Remember, the goal of an ICLEF Master’s Series program is to provide a forum to discuss the more difficult and challenging situations of your practice, so begin thinking of those issues you wish to have addressed now!  Dress for the program is casual.

Advanced Family Law in Fort Wayne
6 CLE – This program is no longer available. Please join us next year. For additional Family Law CLE Seminars, Click Here.

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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