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Program CreditsTopic
Annual Legislative and Case Law Institute for 2020

KBA's annual survey of legislative and case law developments, covering legal ethics (2 hours) and the following areas of law:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Civil rights
  • Criminal law
  • Energy
  • Health
  • Juvenile
  • Intellectual property
  • Labor
  • Probate
  • Real estate
  • Torts
  • Workers' comp.

8 hrs, incl. 2 hrs ethics & professionalism 05312010531201
Annual Legislative and Case Law Institute for 2020 (Part 1 of 2)

Part 1 of 2 of KBA's annual survey of legislative and case law developments, covering legal ethics (1 hour) and the following areas of law:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Energy
  • Health
  • Intellectual property
  • Probate
  • Real estate
  • Workers' comp.

4 hrs, incl. 1 hrs ethics & professionalism 05312020531202
Annual Legislative and Case Law Institute for 2020 (Part 2 of 2)

Part 2 of 2 of KBA's annual survey of legislative and case law developments, covering legal ethics (1 hour) and the following areas of law:

  • Civil rights
  • Criminal
  • Juvenile
  • Labor
  • Torts

4 hrs, incl. 1 hrs ethics & professionalism 05312030531203
Brown Bag Ethics 2020 feat. Ethics Goes to the Movies & Dealing with Everyday Complaints
By: John J. Ambrosio
Matthew J. Vogelsberg, Esq.

50 minutes: Ethics Goes to the Movies: Class Action (1991)
Matt Vogelsberg, Office of the Disciplinary Administrator, Topeka

In this ethics CLE presentation, scenes from the 1991 legal drama, Class Action, starring Gene Hackman and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, will be used to discuss several ethical issues that attorneys face during civil litigation.

50 minutes: Dealing with Everyday Complaints
John Ambrosio, Morris, Laing, Evans, Brock & Kennedy Chtd., Topeka

The purpose of this program is to trace a disciplinary complaint from the time it is received by the lawyers, preparing a response, meeting with the investigator and dealing with the formal process after a finding of probably cause. We will discuss how a lawyer is to handle this process and not make further problems for himself/herself by mishandling or ignoring a valid complaint.

2 hrs of ethics and professionalism 02202010220201
Ethics for Good XXI

Five attorneys and two judges will cover the latest developments in legal ethics in Kansas and Missouri.

All proceeds from this program, sponsored by the Kansas Bar Foundation, go to law-related charities.

2 hrs of ethics and professionalism 06262030626203
Expert Views on Hot US Patent Law Topics

Top Finnegan attorneys Kathleen Daley, Mike Jakes, Amanda Murphy, and Tom Irving will discuss details of Supplemental Examination, Federal Circuit review of the PTAB, and recent case law developments on inherent obviousness and doctrine of equivalents.

2 hrs of general education 05132010513201
How to Lose an Appeal in One Simple Brief
By: Lyndon Vix

A bad brief can undermine even the strongest appeal. This presentation will discuss some of the pitfalls to avoid in appellate brief writing.

1 hr of general legal education 05282020528202
Perspectives on New Dispute Resolution Methods in Domestic Cases in Kansas
By: Becky Mann
Stacy Ortega
Honorable Tyler Roush

A district court judge, family law attorney, and approved mediator will provide an overview and analysis of the Kansas Supreme Court's new (as of Jan. 1, 2020) rules for dispute resolution in domestic cases. These include mediation, domestic conciliation, parenting coordination, and case management. The presenters will offer multiple perspectives of the benefits and possible pitfalls for each type of dispute resolution, and will discuss circumstances and methods to consider for practitioners.

1 hr of general legal education 06172020617202
Staying Ethical During a Pandemic
By: Stephanie Goodenow

Technology is a wonderful thing. It has brought us significant advantages in being able to connect anytime and anywhere. It allows us to work remotely and flexibly. It can also bring with it, however, the inability to unplug and refresh. This inability can lead to adverse effects on our wellbeing and possibly even turn into a digital addiction. Digital addiction can lead to a whole host of problems, including potential ethical violations by attorneys. During this session, we will discuss how detaching from your devices can actually increase your productivity and overall well-being, as well as offer strategies for unplugging.

1 hr of ethics and professionalism 04142010414201

Ethics & Professionalism(3)

Program Credits
Brown Bag Ethics 2020 feat. Ethics Goes to the Movies & Dealing with Everyday Complaints
By: John J. Ambrosio
Matthew J. Vogelsberg, Esq.

50 minutes: Ethics Goes to the Movies: Class Action (1991)
Matt Vogelsberg, Office of the Disciplinary Administrator, Topeka

In this ethics CLE presentation, scenes from the 1991 legal drama, Class Action, starring Gene Hackman and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, will be used to discuss several ethical issues that attorneys face during civil litigation.

50 minutes: Dealing with Everyday Complaints
John Ambrosio, Morris, Laing, Evans, Brock & Kennedy Chtd., Topeka

The purpose of this program is to trace a disciplinary complaint from the time it is received by the lawyers, preparing a response, meeting with the investigator and dealing with the formal process after a finding of probably cause. We will discuss how a lawyer is to handle this process and not make further problems for himself/herself by mishandling or ignoring a valid complaint.

2 hrs of ethics and professionalism 02202010220201
Ethics for Good XXI

Five attorneys and two judges will cover the latest developments in legal ethics in Kansas and Missouri.

All proceeds from this program, sponsored by the Kansas Bar Foundation, go to law-related charities.

2 hrs of ethics and professionalism 06262030626203
Staying Ethical During a Pandemic
By: Stephanie Goodenow

Technology is a wonderful thing. It has brought us significant advantages in being able to connect anytime and anywhere. It allows us to work remotely and flexibly. It can also bring with it, however, the inability to unplug and refresh. This inability can lead to adverse effects on our wellbeing and possibly even turn into a digital addiction. Digital addiction can lead to a whole host of problems, including potential ethical violations by attorneys. During this session, we will discuss how detaching from your devices can actually increase your productivity and overall well-being, as well as offer strategies for unplugging.

1 hr of ethics and professionalism 04142010414201

General(6)

Program Credits
Annual Legislative and Case Law Institute for 2020

KBA's annual survey of legislative and case law developments, covering legal ethics (2 hours) and the following areas of law:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Civil rights
  • Criminal law
  • Energy
  • Health
  • Juvenile
  • Intellectual property
  • Labor
  • Probate
  • Real estate
  • Torts
  • Workers' comp.

8 hrs, incl. 2 hrs ethics & professionalism 05312010531201
Annual Legislative and Case Law Institute for 2020 (Part 1 of 2)

Part 1 of 2 of KBA's annual survey of legislative and case law developments, covering legal ethics (1 hour) and the following areas of law:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Energy
  • Health
  • Intellectual property
  • Probate
  • Real estate
  • Workers' comp.

4 hrs, incl. 1 hrs ethics & professionalism 05312020531202
Annual Legislative and Case Law Institute for 2020 (Part 2 of 2)

Part 2 of 2 of KBA's annual survey of legislative and case law developments, covering legal ethics (1 hour) and the following areas of law:

  • Civil rights
  • Criminal
  • Juvenile
  • Labor
  • Torts

4 hrs, incl. 1 hrs ethics & professionalism 05312030531203
Expert Views on Hot US Patent Law Topics

Top Finnegan attorneys Kathleen Daley, Mike Jakes, Amanda Murphy, and Tom Irving will discuss details of Supplemental Examination, Federal Circuit review of the PTAB, and recent case law developments on inherent obviousness and doctrine of equivalents.

2 hrs of general education 05132010513201
How to Lose an Appeal in One Simple Brief
By: Lyndon Vix

A bad brief can undermine even the strongest appeal. This presentation will discuss some of the pitfalls to avoid in appellate brief writing.

1 hr of general legal education 05282020528202
Perspectives on New Dispute Resolution Methods in Domestic Cases in Kansas
By: Becky Mann
Stacy Ortega
Honorable Tyler Roush

A district court judge, family law attorney, and approved mediator will provide an overview and analysis of the Kansas Supreme Court's new (as of Jan. 1, 2020) rules for dispute resolution in domestic cases. These include mediation, domestic conciliation, parenting coordination, and case management. The presenters will offer multiple perspectives of the benefits and possible pitfalls for each type of dispute resolution, and will discuss circumstances and methods to consider for practitioners.

1 hr of general legal education 06172020617202


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