Get your CLE Credits!
Our Best of CLE is a great way to earn a lot of CLE credits in just 2 days. We have assembled the best faculty members to present this CLE update. You will enjoy the format - one hour each of major sections of Georgia Law - and you will appreciate the well-rounded set-up that keeps you up-to-date on important legal elements and changes in the law.
Don’t Miss These Presentations!
Labor & Employment Law
Intellectual Property Law
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Environmental & Natural Resource Law
Personal Injury/Civil Lit.
Real Estate Law
Land Use Law
Who Should Attend:
Anyone wanting to fulfill a lot of CLE credits!
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012
| 8:25||Introduction and Overview|
The Seminar Group
| 8:30||Ethical Considerations: To Friend or Not to
Friend: Legal Ethics in the Facebook Era|
Increased Reliance on Social Media for Marketing,
Litigation, Discovery and Investigations; Use of Social
Media Creating New Ethical Quandaries for Lawyers;
Best Practices for Spotting Ethical Issues in the Social
Media Arena; Solutions on How to Use Social Media in
a Manner that is Both Ethical and Beneficial to Clients
Meyer Moser Lang LLP
Federal Income Estate and Gift Taxes; JOBS Act;
State and Local Tax Update
The Saylor Law Firm LLP
An Overview of Georgia Corporate Law
Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
Discrimination Law Update; Wage and Hour
Developments; Recent Significant Court Decisions
Fisher & Phillips LLP
Ogletree Deakins PC
Business and Consumer Bankruptcies
Mozley, Finlayson & Loggins LLP
Office of Nancy J. Whaley, Standing Chapter 13 Trustee
| 3:00||Intellectual Property Law |
Recent Developments in Intellectual Property Law
Every Business Lawyer Needs to Know
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
Troutman Sanders LLP
An Overview of Criminal Defense
Garland Samuel & Loeb PC
Friday, Nov. 30, 2012
| 8:30||Alternative Dispute Resolution
(Applies toward Professionalism Credit)
Hendrick Phillips Salzman & Flatt PC
| 9:30||Environmental & Natural Resources Law |
Recent Developments in Environmental Law,
Including Hot Topics in Environmental Litigation,
Regulation, and Enforcement
Mowrey Meezan Coddington Cloud LLP
|10:45||Personal Injury and Civil Litigation|
Recent Developments in Pharmaceutical and
Medical Device Products Liability Litigation,
Including Emerging and Novel Claims and Defenses
Recent Developments in Georgia Property Law,
Including an Update on New Laws Passed by the
General Assembly, Analysis of Recent Georgia
Supreme Court Decisions and Other Hot Topics in
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Contractor Claims; Owner Claims; Claims Against
Design Professionals; Lien and Bond Claims
Smith Currie & Hancock LLP
Stites & Harbison PLLC
The Nuts and Bolts of Georgia’s Land Use Laws;
Basics of Growth Management; Wetlands, Local
Implementation of Environmental Restrictions
Weissman Nowack Curry & Wilco PC
Philip E. Beck is a partner with Smith Currie & Hancock LLP, where he practices construction law and commercial litigation. He has experience with a broad range of construction issues, problems, and disputes, as well as a large variety of construction projects, both public and private, throughout the United States and abroad.
D. Albert Brannen is a partner and team manager with Fisher & Phillips LLP. His specialty is advising employers how to stay union-free and in assisting employers with the administration, negotiation, mediation and arbitration of collective bargaining agreements.
Joseph J. Burton, Jr. is a partner with the firm of Mozley Finlayson & Loggins LLP. He has represented trustees, secured creditors, individuals, limited partners and CEO’s in medium-sized public and non-public companies whose businesses are experiencing financial problems or who have filed Chapter 11.
Theodore H. Davis, Jr. is a partner of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, where he divides his practice between client counseling and litigation in the fields of trademark, copyright, false advertising, and unfair competition law.
Dara L. DeHaven is a shareholder in the Atlanta office of Ogletree Deakins PC. She provides counsel in all areas of labor law particularly affirmative action, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, workplace torts, the wage and hour laws, maintaining union-free operations, collective bargaining administration, arbitration, and related issues.
G. Douglas Dillard is a partner with Weissman Nowack Curry & Wilco PC. His practice focuses on zoning, planning and land use, local government law, land use litigation and eminent domain. He is the incoming chair of the Council for Quality Growth.
R. Daniel Douglass is a member of the Atlanta office of Stites & Harbison PLLC where he concentrates his practice in the areas of construction law, business litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
Julian A. Fortuna is a partner in The Saylor Law Firm LLP where he practices business and tax law with a focus on tax planning and representing clients before the Internal Revenue Service and various other tax authorities.
David R. Hendrick, of Hendrick Phillips Salzman & Flatt PC, has appeared as an advocate participating in numerous alternative dispute resolution processes arising primarily out of the construction industry involving mediation, arbitration and dispute review boards.
Michael D. Hobbs, Jr. is a partner in the intellectual property practice group of Troutman Sanders LLP. He is actively involved in counseling clients on intellectual property matters and is engaged in intellectual property registration, licensing and litigation throughout the United States and internationally.
Christiana Callahan Jacxsens is a shareholder with GreenbergTraurig LLP. She concentrates her practice on complex medical and products liability litigation, with a focus on pharmaceutical and medical device litigation.
David M. Meezan is a partner with Mowrey Meezan Coddington Cloud LLP. His practice concentrates on complex environmental, climate change, and energy litigation and regulatory compliance matters as well as strategic corporate transactions.
CliffCliff Merrell is an attorney with GreenbergTraurig LLP. He focuses his practice on products liability litigation with an emphasis on pharmaceutical and medical device litigation.
Theresia M. Moser, a partner with Meyer Moser Lang LLP has defended employers for 17 years. She has a track record of success -- winning summary judgment, key discovery motions and defeating class certification.
Eric W. Roach is an attorney in the Office of Nancy J. Whaley, Standing Chapter 13 Trustee, in Atlanta where he has been since 2007. Prior to joining the Trustee’s office, he represented individuals in Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcies.
Michael S. Rodgers is a partner with Seyfarth Shaw LLP in the Real Estate Group. He oversees a team of Seyfarth Shaw attorneys and paralegals who advise a major U.S. bank with its acquisition, administration and disposition of foreclosed residential and mixed-use properties in Georgia and Texas.
Donald F. Samuel is a partner with Garland Samuel & Loeb PC and has practiced with the firm since 1982. His practice is devoted primarily to criminal defense and appeals in both the state and federal courts.
Lynn S. Scott is a partner with Arnall Golden Gregory LLP. She concentrates her practice in corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on emerging growth companies in the telecommunications, technology and pharmaceutical and biotechnology fields.
This seminar is approved for the following credits
This course has been approved by the Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency of the State Bar of Georgia for mandatory continuing legal education credit in the amount of 13.0 hours, of which 1.0 hours will apply in the area of ethics and 1.0 hours in the area of professionalism. Up to 6.0 self-study hours are available.
This course is approved by the Tennessee Commission on CLE and Specialization for a maximum of 13.0 hours of credit, including 2.0 dual hours.
This course is approved by the South Carolina Supreme Court Commission on CLE and Specialization for 13.0 CLE Credits, including 1.0 ethics.
This course or a portion thereof has been approved by the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission of Alabama for a maximum of 13.0 hours’ credit, including 1.0 hours of ethics.
This course has been approved by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education for 13.0 hours of CLE credit, including 1.0 hours of ethics.
This course has been approved by The Florida Bar for 15.5 general CLER credits, including 1.0 ethics.
This seminar has been approved by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations for 13.0 hours of Continuing Legal Education credits, including 1.0 hours in ethics.
If this seminar has not been approved for the credits you require, let us know and we will look into it for you.
Information on Continuing Education Credits
|2 or more (each)
|Non-Profit / NGO
|Ethics Session ONLY
|Professionalism Sessions ONLY
|Day One ONLY
|Day Two ONLY
|Printed Course Materials
We will refund your tuition less a $50 cancellation charge if we receive your cancellation by 11/23/2012.
|This seminar is being held at:
|Cobb Galleria Centre
Two Galleria Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30339
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