June 15, 2006
A warehouse of a deal
Because we’re renovating, you get a deal! Our usual digs are under construction this summer, but you can take wholesale-priced video replay CLEs in our temporary location with a host of programs at nearly 50 percent off the usual price. Our temporary digs can be found just a few floors below our offices, in Suite 370.
For the sports fan, you can’t miss with “Sports Law Update” on July 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Whether your team is the Blue Jackets, the Cincinnati Reds or the Buckeyes, this event offers 3.0 hours of credit, including 1.0 hour of ethics. Hear Gregory W. Kirstein, General Counsel for the Columbus Blue Jackets, speak about the new NHL collective bargaining agreement and its effect on sports, while Brian M. Goldberg of Riverfront Sports Management discusses the negotiation of the MLB contract and endorsement deals. Mark J. Kessler, Jeffrey Chilcoat and Buckeyes Matt Calhoun, Raymont Harris, and Maurice Hall examine the ethical representation of the professional athlete and the selection of an agent.
On July 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. James A. Zitesman hosts the 3.0 CLE hour “Residential Real Estate” and discusses contract review considerations including counter offers, financing provisions, home sale contingency, earnest money deposit, and inspections. In addition, get a discussion of relevant case law, new build considerations, relocations, contract termination and breaches, as well as closing representation.
All mediations are now subject to the regulations put forth in the Uniform Mediation Act. Do you know how the UMA changes Ohio law on privilege? What is privileged under the UMA and more important what is not? Who can assert a mediation privilege and to what extent? Which of your client’s communications are protected? When do mediation communications start under the UMA? Learn what the new regulations are and how this impacts the mediation process by attending “ADR: Uniform Mediation Act” on July 17 from 1:30 to 4:45 p.m. for 3.0 CLE hours.
“What Your Clients, Friends and Especially Your Family Expect You to Know About Employment Law” will show on July 18 from 1:30 to 4:45 p.m. for 3.0 credit hours This basic course features David C. Faure discussing employment-at-will and its exceptions, including promissory estoppel, contract claims and wrongful discharge; discrimination claims discussed by Robert W. Edmund; and Myra L. McKenzie with an overview of employment law issues such as FMLA, NLRA, and FCRA.
In the 2.5 CLE hour “The Supreme Court is Moving Your Cheese” on July 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., a savvy panel of lawyers and jurists from the Supreme Court Commission that drafted Ohio’s new Rules will discuss this dramatic change and its impact on ethics and professionalism. To round out the program, a representative of Ohio Lawyer’s Assistance Program will give you new slants on the psychological and addictive issues lawyers face today.
Take the 3.0 CLE hour “Vacation, Second Home or Investment Home Property” on July 19 from 1:30 from 4:45 p.m to help you with purchasing considerations, the taxing aspects of ownership and post-closing, time shares and residency issues involved in ownership of additional property. Whether you are considering purchasing or already own, let Craig M. Stewart, John J. Parisi, and Steven L. Heiser provide essential advice.
View the 3.0 CLE hour The Role of the Guardian ad Litem in Domestic Court on July 25 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 a.m. to satisfy the eligibility requirement per Local Rule # 15 to serve as a Guardian ad Litem in Franklin County.
Space is limited. To register visit www.cbalaw.org or phone 614/221.4112. The cost is only $45 prepaid/$55day of for members, $60 prepaid/$70 day of for non-members.