Traveling CLE Program: Nashville, Tenn

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Please join us … the Traveling CLE Program is heading to Nashville, Tenn.

  • Thursday, October 5, 2023, Complimentary Reception, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Renaissance Nashville Hotel, 611 Commerce Street (link).
  • Friday, October 6, Complimentary CLE Program (includes 6 CLE credits, light breakfast, and lunch) – 9am to 3:30 p.m., downtown Nashville location - Renaissance Nashville Hotel

Please register HERE..

Marquette University Law School will seek approval from the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners for approval of 6.0 credits for this program, including 3.0 ethics credits.

Guiding Your Client Through a Government Investigation from Start to Finish. Not every company or client will face a government investigation, but when it happens, it can be surprising and unsettling. This presentation will address legal obligations and strategies to guide clients through government investigations from the moment they become aware of the investigation to its conclusion. Timothy J. Casey, L’04, Numotion

The Real Estate Commission: Navigating Attorney Referrals and Ongoing Legal Challenges. A look into the intricacies of fee splitting, attorney referrals, and the ongoing legal challenges surrounding real estate commissions. We will dive into ethical considerations, state regulations, and best practices while keeping abreast of the latest legal developments. Nicole Bostrom Cogan, L’04, The Real Estate Center Recent

Caselaw Developments—Attorney-Client Privilege. This presentation will provide an overview of recent developments concerning the attorney-client privilege, including in circumstances involving joint representations, employee-to-employee communications, in-house counsel, third-party consultants, insurers, and mixed business and legal advice. Emily A. Constantine, L’12, Kerry Center Treatment Courts:

A New Paradigm for Addressing Substance Use and Mental Health Issues in the Criminal Justice System. Many individuals cycle in and out of the criminal justice system, committing crimes fueled by addiction or mental health issues. This presentation focuses on various types of treatment courts and how they offer a new approach to stopping this cycle. Honorable Cynthia M. Davis, L’06, Milwaukee County Circuit Court

Representing Coaches and Athletes in NCAA Matters—Ethical Considerations. The presentation will focus on a couple of personal experiences where presenter Aaron Hernandez helped coaches and student-athletes in NCAA matters. The issues are related to competence, whether to hold yourself out as an attorney, and defining the scope of the services provided. Aaron Hernandez, L’13, Director of the Allan “Bud” Selig Sports Law and Business Program, Arizona State University

Understanding Undue Influence and Lack of Testamentary Capacity Challenges to Estate Planning. The United States is in the middle of the largest intergenerational transfer of wealth in history. With challenges to wills, trusts, and gifts on the rise, this presentation will look to educate on the fundamental distinctions between these claims and how they play out in the courts. Jonathan Ingrisano, L’99, Godfrey & Kahn