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

Date: October 21, 2021
 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.


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!


Representing Clients in Missouri’s Medical Marijuana Industry

Date: November 17, 2021
 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Lauren Collins
Presenter: Lauren Collins

Lauren C. Collins is a litigation attorney for the in-house counsel firm of The Automobile Club of Missouri, which is known as Kraft, Bischoff, Buckley, and Collins. She is also an adjunct professor at St. Louis University Law School teaching Marijuana Law.

CLE Credit: 1.2 hours in Missouri (.6 ethics credit), 1 hour in Arkansas and 1 hour (.5 ethics credit) in Kansas.


  • The State of the National Cannabis Industry
  • Missouri’s Medical Marijuana Industry
  • Ethical Considerations for Medical Marijuana Attorneys