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Continuing Legal Education

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A Brief Writer’s Toolbox: Ideas for Research and Writing

Date: June 17, 2021
Time:
 12:00pm – 1:00pm

 
Presenter: Robert J. Evola, Holland Law Firm

CLE Credit: 1.2 hours in Missouri, 1 hour in Arkansas, and 1 hour in Kansas.

Outline:

Rob will discuss researching tips and writing strategies including shortcuts, alternatives to keywords and creation of arguments with your audience in mind. Whether you are a new lawyer or you have been practicing for 30 years you don’t want to miss this CLE!

 

Recap of the Missouri Legislative Session

Date: July 28, 2021
Time:
 12:00pm – 1:00pm


Presenter: Senator Brian Williams

CLE Credit: 1.2 credit hours in Missouri, 1 credit hour in Arkansas, and 1 credit hour in Kansas.

Outline:

Senator Williams will discuss various bills:
SB 60 – preventing police misconduct, banning choke holds
SB 63 – prescription drug monitoring
SB 51 & SB 42 - Individuals and entities not liable for COVID exposure
Medicaid Expansion - voted on and passed by Missourians in August 2020
SJR 2 - Changes percentage of signatures required by legal voters to introduce an initiative petition proposal for a constitutional amendment from 8% to 15%, as well as changes the amount of votes needed for it to pass from a simple majority to 60%
SB 149 - Introducing restrictions on initiative and referendum process.
SB282 - Creates restrictions to voting
SB 55, 23, & 25 - Modifies provisions related to education

 

Everyday Conflicts

Date: September 15, 2021
Time:
 12:00pm – 1:00pm


Presenter: Whittney Dunn, The Bar Plan
CLE Credit: 1.2 ethics hours in Missouri, 1 ethics hour in Kansas, 1 ethics hour in Arkansas pending approval

Description:

From an initial client interview to closing out a completed representation, lawyers run the risk of creating debilitating conflicts of interest with their own processes and procedures. Learn what you can do to avoid these self-inflicted ethical quandaries. This program will analyze how the relevant Rules of Professional Conduct establish limits on lawyers’ conduct and control of the attorney-client relationship in often surprising and unexpected ways.

 

This Just In: The Latest Developments in Missouri Insurance and Bad Faith Law

Date: October 21, 2021
Time:
 12:00pm – 1:00pm

 
Presenter: Michael Young, HeplerBroom, LLC

Michael L. Young is a partner in the St. Louis office of HeplerBroom, LLC with a primary emphasis in the practice of insurance law and bad faith. He represents insurers in complex insurance coverage matters at all stages of the claims process. Mr. Young also has advised insurers in drafting policy language and developing claims best practices. He is a member of the insurance coverage and extra-contractual committees for the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance and a member of the legislative committee for the Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers. Mr. Young represents clients in Missouri and Illinois.

CLE Credit: 1.2 hours in Missouri, 1 hour in Arkansas, and 1 hour in Kansas.

Outline:

This CLE will discuss the latest developments in Missouri insurance and bad faith law. Michael Young will cover the insurance and bad faith issues involved with agreements under RSMo 537.065, settlement demands, interpleader actions for multiple claimants and much more!