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An Optimist, A Pessimist and The Experts: Options and Opportunities for Solo/Small Firms During COVID-19 – Course #266556

Presented by Edward Johson, Johnson Carroll Norton & Kent; Steven LaPlante, LaPlante LLP; R. Scott Wylie and Kim Howard representing the Southwestern Indiana Small Business Development Center


1 CLE

Hear from two long-time attorneys, Edward Johnson and Steve LaPlante, who have weathered the good and the bad in past economic downturns. Representatives from the Southwest Indiana Small Business Development Center Scott Wylie, Ch

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1 CLE

Hear from two long-time attorneys, Edward Johnson and Steve LaPlante, who have weathered the good and the bad in past economic downturns. Representatives from the Southwest Indiana Small Business Development Center Scott Wylie, Chairperson and Kim Howard, Regional Director, will discuss options and opportunities available, now, for solo or small firms and small business clients in this time of COVID-19.

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What to Know About Supported Decisions Making: Lawyer Edition – Course #266555

Presented by Melissa Keyes, Executive Director, Indiana Disability Rights


1 CLE

Melissa Keyes, Executive Director of Indiana Disability Rights, will provide information on supported decision making philosophy and legislation. Participants will receive sample forms and templates and resources for incorporating

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1 CLE

Melissa Keyes, Executive Director of Indiana Disability Rights, will provide information on supported decision making philosophy and legislation. Participants will receive sample forms and templates and resources for incorporating supported decision-making into their practice.

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What Happens When You Turn an OR into an AND – Course #266554

Presented by William Cartwright, Stoll Keenon Ogden


1 CLE

On July 1, 2020, SEA 340 went into effect making a small change to Indiana Code 32-21-2-3(a), but creating a big impact on the execution of all recordable documents. This program will review the requirements of a common law proof,

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1 CLE

On July 1, 2020, SEA 340 went into effect making a small change to Indiana Code 32-21-2-3(a), but creating a big impact on the execution of all recordable documents. This program will review the requirements of a common law proof, and discuss the logistics involved in executing both a notarized acknowledgment and a common law proof for the same document whether the signor is in your office or out of town.

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TSUNAMI! The Pro Bono Response to Evictions During the Pandemic – Course #266553

Presented by Brandon E. Beeler, Director, Housing Law Center, Indiana Legal Services


1 CLE

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both the State of Indiana and Congress implemented moratoria on the initiation of eviction actions. As the end of July approaches, the eviction moratoria are set to expire, leaving a number of Hoosier

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1 CLE

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both the State of Indiana and Congress implemented moratoria on the initiation of eviction actions. As the end of July approaches, the eviction moratoria are set to expire, leaving a number of Hoosier renters at risk for losing their housing. This training will cover the current state of the law regarding evictions, highlight basic due process protections under state and federal law, and discuss best tenant advocacy practices.

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Be an Access to Justice Hero: Tips and Strategies for Successful Pro Bono Representation – Course #266552

Presented by R. Scott Wylie, Director, Pro Bono Indiana


1 CLE/1 Ethics

Attendees will gain insight into the challenges presented by pro bono service and the systems in place to support volunteer representation, including recent changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct.  The program will cover di

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1 CLE/1 Ethics

Attendees will gain insight into the challenges presented by pro bono service and the systems in place to support volunteer representation, including recent changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct.  The program will cover discrete task representation, court-based legal services, and technologies designed to expand access to our legal system.  The program will also cover technical support provided through Indiana’s unique pro bono programs.

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What Employers (including Law Firms!) Need to Know About Families First Coronavirus Response Act – Course # 260736

Presented by Laura Scott, Farmer Scott Ozete Robinson & Schmitt


1 CLE

Sponsored by the Evansville Bar Association, speaker Laura Scott explains the responsibilities of employees and employers in reference to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

1 CLE

Sponsored by the Evansville Bar Association, speaker Laura Scott explains the responsibilities of employees and employers in reference to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

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Co-Parenting With COVID: How To Handle A Crisis – Course #260708

Presented by Hon. Les Shively – Vanderburgh Superior Court, Trisha Dudlo – Dentons Bingham Greenebaum, Kelly Lonnberg – Stoll Keenon Ogden, Jillian Reed – Stoll Keenon Ogden


1 CLE

Sponsored by the Evansville Bar Association, speakers discuss the challenges divorced parents are facing in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indiana. Judge Les Shively of the Vanderburgh Superior Court will present updates reg

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1 CLE

Sponsored by the Evansville Bar Association, speakers discuss the challenges divorced parents are facing in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indiana. Judge Les Shively of the Vanderburgh Superior Court will present updates regarding Domestic Relations Committee and IN Supreme Court Orders; Trisha Dudlo will present on the topic of Protective Orders and increase in child abuse cases; Kelly Lonnberg will discuss ideas for mediations via Zoom and conducting full mediations by teleconference as well as present creative parenting time ideas.

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Review of Indiana’s New Child Support Guidelines – Course #258175

Presented by Hon. Les Shively, Vanderburgh Superior Court


1 CLE

On January 1, 2020 the new Indiana Child Support Rules and Guidelines went into effect.  In this course Judge Les Shively reviews these amendments.

1 CLE

On January 1, 2020 the new Indiana Child Support Rules and Guidelines went into effect.  In this course Judge Les Shively reviews these amendments.

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1031 Exchange: Legal and Practical Considerations – Course #258173

Presented by Chris Wischer – Stoll Keenon Ogden and Joe Kiefer, President and Managing Broker – Hahn Kiefer Real Estate Services


1.0 CLE

What is a Like-Kind Exchange and how does it work?  Under Section 1031 of the United States Internal Revenue Code, a taxpayer may defer recognition of capital gains on the exchange of like-kind real property.  This course covers

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1.0 CLE

What is a Like-Kind Exchange and how does it work?  Under Section 1031 of the United States Internal Revenue Code, a taxpayer may defer recognition of capital gains on the exchange of like-kind real property.  This course covers many of the legal, and practical, considerations when dealing with a like-kind exchange.

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Real Life Administration of Trust Discretionary Standards – Course #252891

Presented by Patrick Koontz, Vice President and Sr. Trust Officer – Fifth Third Bank and David G. Harris, Vice President and Sr. Trust Officer – Fifth Third Bank


1 CLE

A Discretionary Trust is a trust in which the Trustee typically has some level of control over the extent to which beneficiaries are entitled to a distribution and under what circumstances.  In this course, you will be given the

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1 CLE

A Discretionary Trust is a trust in which the Trustee typically has some level of control over the extent to which beneficiaries are entitled to a distribution and under what circumstances.  In this course, you will be given the nuts and bolts of discretionary trusts, particularly from the trust administration side, and why they are important.

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Ethical Lessons from The Godfather – Course #252889

Presented by Judge Margret Robb, Indiana Court of Appeals


1 CLE/1 Ethics

Wildly regarded as one of the greatest films of all time, The Godfather focuses on the powerful Italian-American crime family of Don Vito Corleone. In this course, Judge Margret Robb interprets what the unwritten rules from the mo

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1 CLE/1 Ethics

Wildly regarded as one of the greatest films of all time, The Godfather focuses on the powerful Italian-American crime family of Don Vito Corleone. In this course, Judge Margret Robb interprets what the unwritten rules from the movie mean in regard to Rules in Indiana.

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Your Law Practice and Social Media: The How To – Course #252888

Presented by Lane Siesky, Siesky Law Office


1 CLE

To be a lawyer in today’s world requires knowledge of social media. Why should you care?  Why does it matter? In this course, you learn how social media can make, or break your client’s case.

1 CLE

To be a lawyer in today’s world requires knowledge of social media. Why should you care?  Why does it matter? In this course, you learn how social media can make, or break your client’s case.

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The Ethics of Dual Representation – Course #252887

Presented by Jamie Andree, Volunteer Lawyer with Indiana Legal Services


1 CLE/1 Ethics

This course will cover ethical issues that may arise with dual or joint representation when attorneys consider representing more than one individual in the same civil matter. We will cover a few examples of circumstances when dual

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1 CLE/1 Ethics

This course will cover ethical issues that may arise with dual or joint representation when attorneys consider representing more than one individual in the same civil matter. We will cover a few examples of circumstances when dual representation may arise, the governing rules, and practice tips.

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Lifecycle of an LLC: Creating, Voluntarily Dissolving and Reinstating – Course #251376

Presented by William Cartwright


1 CLE

In this course, Will Cartwright discusses the lifecycle of an LLC from creation, dissolution to reinstatement.

1 CLE

In this course, Will Cartwright discusses the lifecycle of an LLC from creation, dissolution to reinstatement.

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My Client Is Mentally Ill… NOW WHAT? – Course #251374

Presented by Judge Les Shively and Magistrate Jill Marcrum


1 CLE

Several years ago, the State of Indiana reduced the resources for the mentally ill.  As a result, our jails became triages for those with mental health issues who committed low-level crimes.  It becomes a revolving door – crime

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1 CLE

Several years ago, the State of Indiana reduced the resources for the mentally ill.  As a result, our jails became triages for those with mental health issues who committed low-level crimes.  It becomes a revolving door – crime committed, arrested and put in jail, released; crime committed, arrested and put in jail, released.  This course discusses the resources available through our Court system to those with mental health issues.

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E-Writing and E-Reading in the Digital Age – Course #251373

Presented by Judge Margret Robb, Indiana Court of Appeals


1 CLE

The way you write and read in the practice of law is changing.  This course will cover the issues to consider when reading and writing in the digital age.

1 CLE

The way you write and read in the practice of law is changing.  This course will cover the issues to consider when reading and writing in the digital age.

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The Nuts and Bolts of Expunging Your Client’s Convictions – Course #251372

Presented by Judge Les Shively and Shaunda Lynch


1 CLE

Expungement law is not intended to only clean a person’s criminal record, it is intended to help change someone’s life.  This course will give you an overview of the law of expungements, how it works and tips from the practitione

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1 CLE

Expungement law is not intended to only clean a person’s criminal record, it is intended to help change someone’s life.  This course will give you an overview of the law of expungements, how it works and tips from the practitioners’ perspective of expunging your clients’ convictions.

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Murder at the Intersection of a Criminal Law Right and a Civil Law Responsibility: Kohm v. Gash – Course #251370

Presented by Judge Robert Pigman, Vanderburgh Superior Court


1 CLE

This case drew national recognition to a small town in southern Indiana. At the age of 11, Kathy Kohm, disappeared from Santa Claus, Indiana. The evidence linking suspect Stanton Gash to the disappearance was loose but overwhelmin

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1 CLE

This case drew national recognition to a small town in southern Indiana. At the age of 11, Kathy Kohm, disappeared from Santa Claus, Indiana. The evidence linking suspect Stanton Gash to the disappearance was loose but overwhelming. The turn of events in the case leaves the court with a murder at the intersection of a criminal law right and a civil law responsibility.

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The Lawyer Well-Being Movement…Is There Really Such A Thing? – Course #251371

Presented by Terry Harrell


1 Ethics

This CLE is a presentation on the Lawyer Well-Being Movement and what that means for bar associations, legal employers, and all of us as individuals.  The presentation reviews the research on lawyer well-being, the work of the Na

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1 Ethics

This CLE is a presentation on the Lawyer Well-Being Movement and what that means for bar associations, legal employers, and all of us as individuals.  The presentation reviews the research on lawyer well-being, the work of the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being, and the work of the ABA Working Group to Advance Well-Being in the Legal Profession.  It then explores what we can do as employers and as a bar association to change our work culture to one that supports well-being.  The end of the presentation reminds us not to forget about our individual well-being as we are working on the systemic issues and includes an exercise to evaluate what we need to do in terms of our own self-care.

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Does Transferring Title Transfer Trouble to You? Ethical Consideration in Real Estate Transactions – Course #251367

Presented by Seth Zirkle


1 Ethics

Does Transferring Title Transfer Trouble to You? Ethical Consideration in Real Estate Transactions. In this course, Mr. Zikle with discuss Conflicts of Interest/Liability in Title Examination, Duty of Disclosure, Attorney’s Fees a

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1 Ethics

Does Transferring Title Transfer Trouble to You? Ethical Consideration in Real Estate Transactions. In this course, Mr. Zikle with discuss Conflicts of Interest/Liability in Title Examination, Duty of Disclosure, Attorney’s Fees and Hot Topics in Real Estate Transactions.

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