CLE

Reminder: TBA Fall Annual Review Set for Nashville

The TBA Fall Annual Review is just around the corner on Nov. 3. This annual program remains the preeminent opportunity for Tennessee general, solo and small firm practitioners to network with other lawyers sharing their legal focus while obtaining necessary CLE requirements. As with other CLE programs, section members receive a discounted rate to attend.
 
This year’s review will feature 30 tips in 60 minutes from TBA General-Solo Section Chair Jim Romer, who holds degrees from St. Bernard's College, Catholic University of America and the University of Tennessee. Some of the topics that will be addressed in this presentation include:
 
When the TBI Comes Calling, Proving an Act Of God
They Held Title to The House as Married, But They Weren’t. Then He Died. Fix It
How Mother Gave Away the Family Farm. Sometimes Where There’s a Will There’s Not a Way
Small Town Access to Justice - Pro Bono Heavy #1 - A Child’s Transplant Trust Story
Small Town Access to Justice - Pro Bono Heavy #2 - They Bought the Trailer. Now Clean Up the Title”
So You Want to Own Your Own Law Business and Be Your Own Boss - A Guide for Filing, Reporting, Paying and Other Dreaded Things
Real Estate - The Best Idea I Ever Had and Resources for Deed Writing and Title Work
 
When: Nov. 3, registration begins at 8, CDT
 
Where: Tennessee Bar Center, 2nd Floor, 221 4th Ave N., Nashville, TN 37219
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Hot Topics in Real Estate 2017

The annual Hot Topics in Real Estate program, a collaborative between the Tennessee Bar Association and the Tennessee Land Title Association, is right around the corner. This program offers advanced topics in real estate for Tennessee lawyers and the opportunity to network with professionals sharing your focus.
 
This year's program will return with perennial favorites: legislative updates and case law updates, providing you with the important information needed to stay on top of your game. New this year are two innovative sessions focused on pressing issues in cybersecurity, an ever-changing market that often requires a novel approach. Section members receive a discounted rate for the program. For more information and to register for this event, click here.
 
 
• When: Nov. 10, registration begins at 8 a.m., CDT
 
• Where: AT&T Building, Auditorium, 333 Commerce St., Nashville, TN, 37201
 
 
Other topics include:
 
tax sales
commercial underwriting
sovereign citizens and squatters
 
Speakers/producers include:
 
• Scott Augenbaum, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Nashville 
• Joshua Denton, Gullett Sanford Robinson & Martin PLLC, Nashville 
• Joshua Hopkins, Rubin Lublin, LLC, Peachtree Corners 
• Joseph Kirkland Jr., CloseTrak, Memphis 
• Gerald Morgan, Wilson & Associates, PLLC, Brentwood 
• Mark Rosser, First American Title Insurance Company, Knoxville
• Charles Welch Jr, Farris Bobango PLC, Nashville
 
Course material will be made available online. We hope to see you there.
 
 
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Reminder: Lunch Business Meeting for TBA Health Law Section Members

Thursday, October 5 at 11:45 a.m. CDT

Reminder: Please make plans to join the TBA Health Law Section at their Annual Lunch Business Meeting and Election of Officers, to be held in conjunction with this year's 29th Annual Health Law Forum. The TBA Health Law Section Lunch Business Meeting will be held on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 11:45 a.m. CDT in the Embassy Suites Franklin. More information about the hotel can be found here.
 
Please note that you do not have to be registered for the Health Law Forum to attend the Section's lunch business meeting, but lunch will only be provided for TBA Health Law Section Members who respond that they will attend this luncheon.
 
RSVP to Jarod Word, TBA Sections and Committees Coordinator, if you would like to attend this lunch business meeting. Deadline for response is Monday, Oct. 2, 12 p.m. CDT.
 
When: Oct. 5, 11:45 a.m., CDT
 
Where: Embassy Suites Franklin, Atrium Room, 2820 Crescent Centre Drive, Franklin, Tennessee, 37067
 
We hope to see you there!
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Lunch Business Meeting for TBA Health Law Section Members

Thursday, Oct. 5, 11:45 a.m. Central Daylight Time

Please make plans to join the TBA Health Law Section at their Annual Lunch Business Meeting and Election of Officers, to be held in conjunction with this year's 29th Annual Health Law Forum. The TBA Health Law Section Lunch Business Meeting will be held on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 11:45 a.m. Central Daylight Time in the Embassy Suites Franklin. More information about the hotel can be found here.
 
Please note that you do not have to be registered for the Health Law Forum to attend the Section's lunch business meeting, but lunch will only be provided for TBA Health Law Section Members who respond that they will attend this luncheon.
 
Please respond to Jarod Word, sections and committees coordinator if you would like to attend this lunch business meeting.
 

When: Oct. 5, 11:45 a.m., Central Daylight Time

Where: Embassy Suites Franklin, Atrium Room, 2820 Crescent Centre Drive, Franklin, Tennessee, 37067

 

We hope to see you there!


 

Please contact Jarod Wordsections and committees coordinator with any Legal Practice Tips or Section Connect ideas you feel will benefit other section members.

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17th Annual Health Law Primer & 29th Annual Health Law Forum, October 4 - 6

The 17th Annual Health Law Primer, a TBA CLE offering four general credits, will be Oct. 4 at the Embassy Suites in Franklin. Designed for newer health law practitioners, this program provides a general health law overview and discussion of hot topics by experienced healthcare leaders. Sessions provide practical tips to identify and avoid the pitfalls of real life situations in the heavily regulated health care industry. This year’s program will address:
  • Overview of Fraud and Abuse Laws
  • Key Healthcare Issues in Transactions 
  • The Basics of HIPAA
  • Employment and Medical Staff Issues   
Now in its 17th year, this half-day introductory program will be held in conjunction with the 29th Annual Health Law Forum on October 5 and 6.
 
For your convenience, all materials will be made available online. Learn more and register here.
 

 
The 29th Annual Health Law Forum, a TBA CLE offering fifteen general credits, will be held Oct. 5 and 6 at the Embassy Suites in Franklin. Recognized as one of the premier health law programs in the country, this annual forum addresses key issues impacting our practice area. Sessions will provide insight from health law providers, practitioners, and regulators. A bonus feature this year will offer 2 alternative hours of online CLE. This will facilitate flexible planning for those who travel or have a scheduling conflict during one of the sessions. This year’s topics will focus on:
  • Updates on fraud and abuse developments
  • The status of health care reform
  • Challenges for rural providers
  • Legislative updates
  • Physician compensation
  • Fraud enforcement
  • Health care transactions
  • HIPAA updates
  • Ethics and much more
For your convenience, all materials will be made available online throughout this forum. Learn more and register here.
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Southeast Complex Litigation Forum Set for Sept. 7

 
The Southeast Complex Litigation Forum, a TBA CLE offering four general credits, will be Sept. 7 at the Tennessee Bar Center in Nashville. The seminar will cover the latest developments in mass torts, class actions and multi-district litigation (MDLs). You will learn from national litigators about the latest in cutting-edge aggregate litigation, including emerging litigation involving opioids, medical devices, pharmaceutical drugs and consumer products. The discussions will also include litigation tips and best practices on how to approach discovery in the post-proportionality world. Learn more and register here.
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