An enlightening and comprehensive review by Kenneth Bartschi of Connecticut Supreme Court cases from the past 12 months, followed by an insightful and thought-provoking review of Connecticut Appellate Court cases from the past 12 months by Karen Dowd.
This program will address the frequently asked questions and issues about the disciplinary process. It will provide a review of the most recent opinions from the CBA Professional Ethics Committee as well as review any proposed rule changes.
This program surveys family law decisions in the past year, and significantly statutory and Practice Book changes that implicate family practice. Discussion of cases organized by subject matter: child custody, alimony, child support, property division, attorney's fees, modification of orders, contempt, evidence, discovery, pendente lite orders, and post-judgement orders.
Includes the CBA Annual Luncheon and Meeting, conference breaks, and the President's Reception.
Plus, admission to four CLE education seminars, along with the course materials for all seminars.Full-day registrants will receive post-conference access to multiple On-Demand CLC seminars, that will allow you to earn your required 2017 MCLE credits through this event alone!