Federal Hours of Service

Mike Glover spoke on logging issues, enforcement and the ELD (Electronic Logging Device) mandate at the 2017 Risk Management Summit in the Federal  Hours of Service breakout session on October 17, 2017.  Co-presenters were Elmer Johnson, Retired DOT NHP; Maureen Levy Pool, Director of Human Resource & Risk Management, SJ Transportation Co., Inc.;  and Mark …

Electronic Logging Devices

Mike Glover will be speaking at the Marsh & McLennan Agency in Bloomington, Minnesota, on December 5, 2017.  Mike will present, along with an FMCSA representative, various legal, regulatory, and compliance issues relating to the December 2017 implementation date for installation and use of Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) for hours of service monitoring in interstate commercial …

Downloading Technology in Legal Practice: ABA Formal Opinion 477 & Cybersecurity Best Practices

Bryan Feldhaus presented a Hennepin County Bar Association seminar on Downloading Technology in Legal Practice: ABA Formal Opinion 477 & Cybersecurity Best Practices on October 13, 2017. Legal professionals are under increasing attack by cybercriminals and must remain cognizant of their professional obligations to protect client data under Minnesota’s Rules of Professional Conduct. This presentation will focus on recent …

Hiring to Firing: An Overview of Issues

Stacey DeKalb spoke on September 13, 2017 at a seminar presented by the St. Croix Valley Employers Association, Keep Calm and Labor On: Where Employment and Law Meet.  Stacey’s session was titled “Hiring to Firing: An Overview of Issues.”    

Professionalism & Ethics: Downloading Technology in Legal Practice; Amendments to the Rules of Professional Conduct

Bryan Feldhaus presented a Hennepin County Bar Association seminar on Professionalism & Ethics: Downloading Technology in Legal Practice; Amendments to the Rules of Professional Conduct on September 8, 2017. Legal professionals are under increasing attack by cybercriminals and must remain cognizant of their professional obligations to protect client data under Minnesota’s Rules of Professional Conduct. This presentation will …

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 presented 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 discussed the ins and outs of post-trial motions and initiating appeals in both federal and Minnesota state court. Topics included: Post-decision motions and …

Putting the Case to Rest: Closing the Estate

Jesse Beier spoke at the NBI Seminar, The Probate Process From Start to Finish, on August 30, 2017.  Jesse presented “Putting the Case to Rest: Closing the Estate.”   Your Fundamental Guide to Probate So your client wants you to handle a probate case – do you know where to start? Do you know the proper …

Bad-Faith Claims and Its Impact on Insurance Companies

Mike Moline spoke at a webinar, Bad-Faith Claims and Its Impact on Insurance Companies, on October 19, 2017 presented by the Knowledge Group.  Mike spoke 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 Insurers and Insurance Companies.”

Transportation Contracts: What to Know Before Signing on the Dotted Line

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Mike Glover and Jason Engkjer presented a session on May 24, 2017 at the Annual Convention of the North Dakota Motor Carrier’s Association: “Transportation Contracts: What to Know Before Signing on the Dotted Line.”  Mike Glover discussed broker carrier agreements, specifically issues facing motor carriers in the best practices use of written transportation contracts between carrier, shippers …

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 …

The Ins and Outs of Legal Malpractice Claims

Phil Cole and Richard Thomas, Burke & 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 2017 and presented by Minnesota CLE. Friday, May 12, 2017 Legal Malpractice: What Is It and How Is It Proved? This installment will …

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 …

The marriage is ending. Now what? Who gets what? What do I need to know?

Join Aging But DANGEROUS and Lommen Abdo Law Firm at Urban Growler Brewing on August 4, 2016. Attorneys Marc Johannsen and Kay Nord Hunt will address these topics: What issues arise when a long-term marriage ends? Trends in Minnesota with regard to spousal maintenance. How do I protect myself and my assets in a second …

Asset Purchases: Techniques and Best Practices to Avoid Successor Liability

Keith Broady participated in a webinar by The Knowledge Group on June 9, 2016 on Asset Purchases: Techniques and Best Practices to Avoid Successor Liability.  Keith spoke on the four theories of successor liability and application of those theories to various claims, and defenses and statutes of limitations.   Program description: As a general rule, …

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 …

Appellate Case Preparation Start to Finish

Kay Hunt spoke at a six hour NBI webcast on April 1, 2016, Appellate Case Preparation Start to Finish. Kay spoke on “Making an Ethical Appeal” and “Oral Argument Techniques that Get Results.” Eric Magnuson and Stephen Buterin were co-presenters.   Program description: Navigating through the appellate process can be complex and challenging. What information …

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 …

Personal Injury From Start to Finish for Paralegals

Jamie Johnson presented on November 3, 2015 at an NBI webcast, “Personal Injury From Start to Finish for Paralegals.” Program description: The stakes are high when handling a personal injury case. This paralegal-focused program will provide you with trial checklists, medical record advice and helpful tips on how you can use your talents to assist …

Handling Appeals (and Building an Appellate Practice in the Process)

Kay Hunt spoke on October 16, 2015 at the Minnesota CLE webcast, “Handling Appeals (and Building an Appellate Practice in the Process).” David Herr of Maslon, LLP and Eric J. Magnuson, former Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court and now with Robins Kaplan, LLP, co-presented.  They discussed how to handle an appeal in a way that enhances …

Independent Contractor or Employee? Updates on New Wage and Hour Division Administrator’s Interpretation; Recommendations for Best Practices

Stacey DeKalb and Tom Dougherty presented “Independent Contractor or Employee? Updates on New Wage and Hour Division Administrator’s Interpretation; Recommendations for Best Practices” at the Minnesota Closely Held Business Conference presented by Minnesota CLE on October 27, 2015. Session description: The guidance and enforcement strategies regarding independent contractor versus employee classification continue to evolve. This …

Avoidance Claims 101: Common Chapter 5 Claims and The Uniform Voidable Transactions Act

Deb Swenson spoke at the 2015 Minnesota Bankruptcy Institute on October 9, 2015 and presented by Minnesota CLE. Deb spoke with a panel on “Avoidance Claims 101: Common Chapter 5 Claims and The Uniform Voidable Transactions Act.” Panel description: This panel of experienced attorneys and industry experts will discuss the elements and defenses of avoidance …

Pfeiffer: How Does it Impact Expert Review Practice?

Kay Hunt spoke on October 1, 2015 at the 2015 Medical Malpractice Conference presented by the Minnesota Association for Justice, Hennepin County Bar Association and Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association.  The topic was “Pfeiffer: How Does it Impact Expert Review Practice?”

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Big New Decisions

Kay Hunt spoke on August 19, 2015 at a Minnesota CLE seminar entitled “The U.S. Supreme Court’s Big New Decisions.” Kay presented on four cases concerning the First Amendment. Program description: The new, headline-grabbing U.S. Supreme Court decisions – even if they don’t fall within your specific areas of practice, what attorney doesn’t want to be …

When Corporate Equity Interests are Marital Assets – Treatment in Divorce

Stacey DeKalb and Tom Dougherty presented “When Corporate Equity Interests are Marital Assets – Treatment in Divorce” as a part of the Advanced Family Law Series presented by Minnesota CLE on June 29, 2015.  Also involved were Marilyn Michales, Thomas Harjes and Lymari Santana. Session description: When high net-worth couples divorce, coming to an equitable …

Conflicts of Interest and Malpractice Issues for Business Lawyers

Phil Cole presented at the 2015 Business Law Institute by Minnesota CLE on May 4, 2015. He spoke on “Conflicts of Interest and Malpractice Issues for Business Lawyers.” Session description: Professional liability and ethics issues where business lawyers are commonly exposed.

IOU an EUO?!

Mike Moline spoke on February 21, 2015 at the Minnesota Association for Justice’s Midwinter Seminar.  Mike discussed “IOU an EUO?!” with fellow panelists Jeffrey Jones and Christopher Vilione.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Big New Decisions

Kay Hunt spoke on August 13, 2013 at The U.S. Supreme Court’s Big New Decisions seminar presented by Minnesota CLE.   Program description: Part I U.S. Supreme Court Update: The Big Cases This Term and Those on Deck for Next Not all Supreme Court cases are created equal. Appellate litigator and former U.S. Supreme Court …

Minnesota Civil Practice Deskbook: Post-Trial Motion Procedures and Appeals

Kay Nord Hunt and Bryan Feldhaus presented a webcast on June 10, 2014 by Minnesota CLE, “Post-Trial Motion Procedures and Appeals.” They discussed the essentials for preserving your case for appeal and initiating the appeal. Topics included: Motions after trial Relief from judgment or order Motions for reconsideration Stay of enforcement pending decision on motions Appellate …

Lawyers in Trouble: Defending Legal Malpractice & Understanding Professional Liability

Phil Cole, Richard Thomas, and Timothy Gephart presented “Lawyers in Trouble: Defending Legal Malpractice & Understanding Professional Liability” as a live webcast for Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Insurance on April 24, 2014. Program description: Legal malpractice matters are often complex and difficult, but if the lawyer who is the subject of the complaint has systems or …

Collecting and Preserving Evidence Following a Truck Accident and Avoiding Spoliation Claims

John Crawford spoke at the 2014 Claims and Litigation Management Alliance’s Annual Conference on “Collecting and Preserving Evidence Following a Truck Accident and Avoiding Spoliation Claims.   Program description: Rapid Response Team Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine Collecting Evidence (Not in possession of the Motor Carrier) Preserving Evidence of the Motor Carrier and Driver …

Dickhoff – What now?

Phil Cole spoke on March 6, 2014 at the 2014 Medical Malpractice Conference presented by the Minnesota Association for Justice, the Hennepin County Bar Association and the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association. Phil presented with Steven Schwegman on the topic “Dickhoff – What now?”

Child Relocation: How to Create an Effective Record to Succeed at the Trial Court

Kay Hunt spoke on February 12, 2014 at a family law CLE presented by the Hennepin County Bar Association with fellow presenters Michael Dittberner and John Jerabek on the topic, “Child Relocation: How to Create an Effective Record to Succeed at the Trial Court.”   Program description: Learn the varying legal standards that are applied …

New Law Series: The Loss of Chance Doctrine in Minnesota – Dickhoff v. Green

Kay Hunt spoke on September 20, 2013 at a Minnesota CLE webcast, “New Law Series: The Loss of Chance Doctrine in Minnesota – Dickhoff v. Green.”   Program description: The Minnesota Supreme Court Dickhoff v. Green case adopted the “Loss of Chance” doctrine in Minnesota. Discussing the case and its ramifications for personal injury law …

Duty to Defend & Priorities of Coverage

John Crawford presented a webcast on August 16, 2013, Insurance Law Deskbook: Duty to Defend and Priorities of Coverage.  The webcast was presented by Minnesota CLE and John’s co-presenter was Benjamin Johnson of Johnson & Lindberg, P.A.   Program description: In this presentation, Minnesota Insurance Law Deskbook authors John Crawford and Ben Johnson will provide an …

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Big New Decisions

Kay Hunt spoke on August 13, 2013 at The U.S. Supreme Court’s Big New Decisions seminar presented by Minnesota CLE.   Program description: Part I U.S. Supreme Court Update: The Big Cases This Term and Those on Deck for Next Not all Supreme Court cases are created equal. Appellate litigator and former U.S. Supreme Court …

Top Ten Tips for Family Law Appellate Practice

Kay Hunt spoke on June 19, 2013 at a family law CLE presented jointly by the Hennepin County Bar Association and Ramsey County Bar Association with the Honorable Francis Connolly, Minnesota Court of Appeals; the Honorable John Rodenberg, Minnesota Court of Appeals; and Matt Keating, Minnesota Court of Appeals Staff Attorney on the topic, “Top …

Rapid Response Strategies for Catastrophic Accidents: Collecting and Preserving Evidence, and Avoiding Spoilation Claims

John Crawford spoke at the 2013 Minnesota Trucking Association’s Annual Law Conference on the topic, “Rapid Response Strategies for Catastrophic Accidents: Collecting and Preserving Evidence, and Avoiding Spoliation Claims.”   Program description: Rapid Response Team Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine Collecting Evidence (Not in possession of the Motor Carrier) Preserving Evidence of the Motor …

Don’t Miss Your Exit 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 …

Advanced Preference Defenses

Deb Swenson spoke at the Bankruptcy/Debtor-Creditor Webcast Series on January 11, 2012 and presented by Minnesota CLE.  Deb spoke with a panel on “Advanced Preference Defenses.” Panel description: In this seminar, our experienced panel will focus on several lesser-used preference defenses and will also discuss the changing case law on the more common defenses. In …

Verdicts, JNOV, Post Trial Procedures and Motions

Bryan Feldhaus spoke at a Minnesota CLE seminar on December 1, 2011, How to Litigate the Civil Case in Minnesota.  Bryan’s topic was “Verdicts, JNOV, Post Trial Procedures and Motions, including preserving the right to appeal.”

Preference Prosecution and Defense Boot Camp

Deb Swenson presented a six hour seminar to Freeborn & Peters in Chicago, Illinois, on Preference Prosecution and Defense Boot Camp on September 23, 2011. Her topics included Statutory Defenses and Advance Preference Defenses.

Advanced Preference Defenses

Deb Swenson spoke at the 2011 Bankruptcy Institute on September 13, 2011 and presented by Minnesota CLE.  Deb spoke with a panel on “Advanced Preference Defenses.” Panel description: This session will focus on several lesser used preference defenses and also discuss the changing case law on the more common defenses. In addition, the panelists will …

Duty to Defend

John Crawford spoke at the Minnesota Insurance Law Deskbook & Seminar on July 18, 2011 for Minnesota CLE.   Session description: Duty to Defend: An interactive presentation discussing duty to defend, when attorney’s fees are recoverable in coverage disputes, settlement strategies, and the respective rights of the insurer and insured when coverage is denied.

Preserving Issues for Appeal: Post-Trial Motions

Kay Hunt moderated a panel during the Fifth Annual Appellate Practice Institute by Minnesota CLE on March 4, 2011, “Preserving Issues for Appeal: Post-Trial Motions.”   Panel description: The appellate process actually starts well before the notice of appeal is filed. Properly preserving issues for appeal starts in the district court. This panel of experts …

Watch and Learn: A Unique Approach to Learning About Effective Motion Practice

Kay Hunt spoke on February 25, 2011 at a seminar presented by the Hennepin County Bar Association on the topic, “Watch and Learn: A Unique Approach to Learning About Effective Motion Practice.”   Program description: One of the best ways to learn how to argue motions effectively is to watch the best lawyers do it. …

Insurance for Litigators Webcast

John Crawford spoke on August 30, 2010 at the “Insurance for Litigators” webcast presented by Minnesota CLE.  John’s co-presenter was Mike Rothman.

Governing Green: The Use of “Green Policies” in Corporate Strategy

Bob Abdo spoke on December 8, 2009 at a Minnesota CLE seminar, Energy Synergy: Melding the Green Economy and the Law.  Bob spoke with Brad Lehrman on “Governing Green: The Use of ‘Green Policies’ in Corporate Strategy (Or…Did Your Client Make the Newsweek 100 Green Rankings?!)” Session description: Companies both large and small are engaging …

Family Law; How Far Have We Really Come?

Kay Hunt spoke on October 27, 2009 at Gender Fairness in the Courts: A 20 Year Retrospective, held in conjunction with the Minnesota Women Lawyers. Kay presented with Susan Rhode on “Family Law: How Far Have We Really Come?”

Verdicts, JMOL, Post-Trial Procedures & Motions

Kay Hunt spoke at a Minnesota CLE seminar, How to Litigate the Civil Case in Minnesota on October 22, 2009. Kay presented on “Verdicts, JMOL, Post-Trial Procedures & Motions (including preserving the right to appeal).”

Legal Malpractice Actions and Ethics Issues Related to Bankruptcy Matters

Kay Hunt and Margie Bodas spoke on October 13, 2009 at the Ethics and Elimination of Bias seminar presented by Minnesota CLE on the topic, “Legal Malpractice Actions and Ethics Issues Related to Bankruptcy Matters.”   Program description: Representing debtors and creditors in bankruptcy cases and proceedings, and even serving as a trustee, can give …

Recent Developments in Duty to Defend

John Crawford spoke on June 17, 2009 at the Minnesota Insurance Law Today seminar presented by Minnesota CLE.  John’s topic was “Recent Developments in Duty to Defend.”   Program description: An interactive presentation discussing duty to defend, when attorney’s fees are recoverable in coverage disputes, settlement strategies, and the respective rights of the insurer and …

Sexual, Racial, and Other Harassment in the Workplace

Stacey DeKalb spoke on March 4, 2009 at a seminar sponsored by Sterling Education Services, The New Realities in Employment Law: How to Function in Today’s Business Environment on the topic, “Sexual, Racial, and Ohter Harassment in the Workplace.”   Session topics: Recent court cases and their implications What constitutes severe and pervasive conduct: is …

Probate Practice: The Essential Basics

Keith Broady spoke on June 23, 2008 at the Probate Practice: The Essential Basics seminar presented by the National Business Institute.  Keith’s topics were Closing the Estate and Ethics in Probate Practice.   Program description: Closing the Estate Timing of Distributions Transfer of Probate and Non-probate Assets Distributions to Minors and Trusts Preparing the Final …

Statute of Limitations: A New Idea

Kay Hunt spoke on April 17, 2008 at the 2008 Medial Malpractice Conference sponsored by the Hennepin County Bar Association, Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association and Minnesota Association for Justice.  Kay’s topic was “Statute of Limitations: A New Idea.”  

Ethics on Appeal: Taking the High Road to the High Court

Kay Hunt spoke on April 2, 2008 at Minnesota CLE’s Ethics in Everyday Litigation Practice seminar on the topic, “Ethics on Appeal – Taking the High Road to the High Court.   Program description: When an appeal is filed, there are new rules to follow and a new audience.  But what about the rules of …

Employment Law Update in Minnesota: Hot Topics in Employment Law

Stacey DeKalb participated in the Employment Law Update in Minnesota: Hot Topics in Employment Law seminar on April 1, 2008 and presented by Sterling Education Services.   Program description: Compensation Issues Under Revised FLSA Regulations Overview of the quirks in the revised FLSA regulations and state wage and hour laws Commissions Permissible and impermissible deductions …

Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions

Keith Broady participated spoke on December 3, 2007 at the Real Estate Law: Advanced Issues and Answers seminar presented by the National Business Institute.  Keith’s topic was “Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions.”   Program description: Potential Environmental Liabilities Overview of State and Federal Programs Understanding Selected Superfund Issues State Authority to Remediate Contaminated Property …

Verdicts, Post Trial Procedures and Motions

Kay Hunt spoke on November 7, 2007 at the Minnesota CLE seminar, Trial Practice and Procedure in the Minnesota State Court: How to Litigate the Civil Case. She discussed “Verdicts, Post Trial Procedures and Motions, including preserving the right to appeal.”

Estate Administration Procedures: Why Each Step is Important

Keith Broady spoke on June 25, 2007 at Estate Administration Procedures: Why Each Step is Important, presented by the National Business Institute.  Keith’s topics were “Being Thorough to Close the Estate Without a Hitch” and “Common Issues to be Prepared for in Litigation and Probate.”   Program description: Being Thorough to Close the Estate Without …

Engagement and Withdrawal: The Rules, the Practice and Common Sense

Phil Cole spoke on February 5, 2007 at Minnesota CLE’s Ethics in Everyday Practice. Phil’s topic was “Engagement and Withdrawal: The Rules, the Practice and Common Sense.”   Program description: What particular perils should a lawyer avoid when starting and ending representation?  This presentation will focus on two of the most common areas of confusion …

Appeals of Family Law Matters

Kay Hunt spoke on January 26, 2007 at the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Appellate Practice Institute on “Appeals of Family Law Matters.”

Daubert/Frye-Mack from the Plaintiff’s Perspective

Phil Cole spoke on April 20, 2006 at the 2006 Medical Malpractice Conference sponsored jointly by the Hennepin County Bar Association, Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association and the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association.  Phil presented the topic, “Daubert/Frye-Mack from the Plaintiff’s Perspective.”

Case Law Update

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

Skip Tracing in Minnesota

Margie Bodas spoke on August 29, 2000 at a full day seminar on Skip Tracing in Minnesota, presented by the National Business Institute.  Co-presenters were Scott Gray, Metro Legal Services, and Attorney Jon Hawks.   Agenda: Skip Tracing Basics What is skip tracing? Using skip tracing to help collect money for you or your clients …

Ethical Issues in Motion Practice

Kay Hunt spoke on August 15, 2000 at The Complete Civil Litigation Motion Practice Seminar presented by the Minnesota Institute of Legal Education.  Kay’s topic was titled “Ethical Issues in Motion Practice.”   Program description: A timely, humorous and practical presentation from one of Minnesota’s premier appellate and motion practitioners.

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.

Sorting Through Liability Coverage Issues for Rental Cars

Kay Hunt spoke at Minnesota CLE’s Motor Vehicle Accident Cases 2000 seminar on June 9, 2000 on the topic, “Sorting Through Liability Coverage Issues for Rental Cars.”   Program description: What are the liability caps and priorities created by Minn. Stat. Section 65B.49, subd. 5a(i) with regard to the rental car company?  When an uninsured …

Are You Prepared for the Changes in UCC Article 9?

Margie Bodas spoke at Collecting Debts in Minnesota: From Documentation, to Levies, to Bankruptcy in the Year 2000 on February 15, 2000 and presented by Lorman Education Services.  Margie’s topic was “Are you Prepared for the Changes in UCC Article 9?”