Negligence and Evidence: From a Recovery and Liability Perspective

On June 28, 2017, Reid Lindquist and Lauren Nuffort are presenting to a group of 75 subrogation and liability claims representatives at Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. in Independence, Ohio. The audience will be comprised of claim representatives and claim managers who handle and oversee Sedgwick’s rental car division. Their presentation, “Negligence and Evidence: From a …

Civil Litigation A to Z: The End Game – Making Post-Trial Motions & Initiating Appeals

Kay Nord Hunt and Bryan Feldhaus are presenting a live webcast on June 8, 2017 by Minnesota CLE, “Civil Litigation A to Z: The End Game – Making Post-Trial Motions & Initiating Appeals.”  They will discuss the ins and outs of post-trial motions and initiating appeals in both federal and Minnesota state court. Topics include: Post-decision …

Putting the Case to Rest: Closing the Estate

Jesse Beier will be speaking at the NBI Seminar, The Probate Process From Start to Finish, on August 30, 2017.  Jesse will present “Putting the Case to Rest: Closing the Estate.”

Bad-Faith Claims and Its Impact on Insurance Companies

Mike Moline is speaking at a webinar, Bad-Faith Claims and Its Impact on Insurance Companies, on October 19, 2017 which is being presented by the Knowledge Group.  Mike will be speaking with Aaron French and Nelson Bellido on topics such as “Bad Faith Set-Up – A Legal Primer,” “Mechanics of Set-Up Allegations” and “Implications to …

The Ins and Outs of Legal Malpractice Claims

Phil Cole and Richard Thomas presented a webcast series on the ins and outs of legal malpractice claims. The series took place at noon on three Fridays throughout May, beginning on May 12, 2017, and was presented by Minnesota CLE. They discussed what legal malpractice is and how it is proved, how to use expert …

Tax Reduction with Trusts, Main Trust Principles and Simple Testamentary Trusts/Revocable Living Trusts

Cameron Kelly presented “Tax Reduction with Trusts,” “Main Trust Principles” and “Simple Testamentary Trusts/Revocable Living Trusts” at the National Business Institute webcast Trusts from A to Z on May 17, 2017, a Wisconsin continuing education course provided to attorneys, financial planners, trust officers, accountants and CPA’s to learn or review the basic concepts relating to trusts.

Basic Tax Planning and Trusts 101

Cameron Kelly presented “Basic Tax Planning and Trusts 101” at the National Business Institute national webinar, Estate Planning from A to Z, on May 17, 2017.  A nationally broadcast continuing education course provided to attorneys, financial planners, trust officers, accountants and CPA’s to learn or review the basic concepts relating to the transfer of assets …

Where to Begin, An Overview of Trusts and Revocable Living Trusts

Cameron Kelly presented “Where to Begin, An Overview of Trusts and Revocable Living Trusts,”  at the National Business Institute, Trusts 101, on November 14, 2016. A continuing education course provided to attorneys, financial planners, trust officers, accountants and CPA’s to learn or review the basic concepts relating to the formation of a trust in Minnesota, including …

IRA Trust Taxation and IRA Trusts at Administration

Cameron Kelly presented “IRA Trust Taxation and IRA Trusts at Administration” at the National Business Institute, on October 5, 2016.  A continuing education course provided to attorneys, financial planners, trust officers, accountants and CPA’s to relating to holding inherited IRAs in trust for beneficiaries. Topics will include income tax treatment, qualifications standards for IRA trusts, the …

How to Capture your Family Stories and Preserve your Family Legacy

Cameron Kelly presented “How to Capture your Family Stories and Preserve your Family Legacy” on Voices in the Valley, Sharing Experiences Collecting and Writing Family History, on May 28, 2016. Voices in the Valley airs every Saturday morning at 10:00 on KLBB 1220 AM. During the show, youth writers and professional authors share tips, offer inspiration, and …

Basic Tax Planning

Cameron Kelly presented “Basic Tax Planning” at the National Business Institute webinar, Estate Planning from A to Z, on May 24 and May 25, 2016. A nationally broadcast continuing education course provided to attorneys, financial planners, trust officers, accountants and CPA’s to learn or review the basic concepts relating to the transfer of assets during life, or …

Employment Training Services for Employers

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Lommen Abdo Employment Training Services for Employers Stacey A. DeKalb, Chair of the Lommen Abdo Employment Law Practice, conducts employment training programs for our business clients.  Some of the most popular sessions are those geared towards supervisory employees, who act on behalf of the employer, as well as have responsibility for responding to the actions …

Complex Exit Planning Strategies Made Manageable During Seminar

Small business owners gathered on November 8th for the Don’t Miss Your Exit Seminar presented by Lommen Abdo Law Firm in conjunction with Upsize Minnesota Magazine. The seminar’s goal was to help small business owners chart their company’s value and to map out whether to convert their equity into cash or safely pass their company …

Appeals of Family Law Matters

Kay Hunt spoke at the 2007 Minnesota State Bar Association Appellate Practice Institute on “Appeals of Family Law Matters.”

Lawyering Skills III

Kay Hunt has been an adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas School of Law since 2003 teaching Lawyering Skills III.

Case Law Update

Sheila Bjorklund spoke at the Minnesota Institute of Legal Education Medical Malpractice Conference on April 6, 2001.

On-Site Medical Records Seminar

Sheila Bjorklund spoke at an On-Site Medical Records Seminar at Health Partners Family Practice Clinic on August 8, 2000.

Mental Health Seminar

Tom Jacobson spoke at the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association Mental Health Seminar in 2000