Presenter: Thomas J. Doyle, Felhaber Larson An overview of investment income tax and select other income tax considerations when a trust owns S corporation shares. Credit: 1 Standard credit approved, Code #92214 Cost: $25 RCBA members; $35 non-members RegisterFind out more »
Presenter: Michael Cohen, Gray Plant Mooty Michael Cohen will help navigate us through the multiple state, federal, and international laws and challenges for a lawyer advising businesses and organizations relative to data privacy and security. Michael is a Certified Information Privacy Professional CIPP/US and the author, in collaboration with the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, of A Legal Guide to Privacy. Attendees (in-person at the CLE) will receive a free copy of the Guide. Credit: 1.5 Standard Credits…Find out more »
Arrive by 8:30 a.m. for a half hour discussion about solo practice, and stay for the main one hour CLE. Same price for one (1) or one and a half (1.5) hours CLE credit! NOTE the new time. At the request of participants, the CLE now starts at 8:30 a.m., instead of 8:00 a.m. Discussion about Online Marketing Experiences for Solo or Small Firm Practitioners The first half hour will be a free flowing discussion about online marketing experiences and…Find out more »
Presenters: Susie King, Monroe Moxness Berg; Joyce Konczyk, Care Management and Consultation at Volunteers of America Minnesota While discussing the varying levels of capacity needed to execute certain legal documents, this presentation will explore both legal and non-legal conflict resolution options when dealing with clients and their loved ones in addressing issues arising as a result of the client’s diminished or lack of capacity. Credit: 2.0 Standard Credits approved, Code #91714 Cost: $35 RCBA members; $50 non-members Teleconference or On-Demand…Find out more »
Family Law Section: Child Support and Extracurricular Expenses – Who Should Pay for the Hockey Stick?
Presenter: Victoria Elsmore, Linnan & Elsmore Child support rarely stretches far enough to cover the sometimes exorbitant cost of children’s sports and activities. In this CLE we will discuss what terms we should be thoroughly defining for our clients and what areas of the decree can we flesh out to ease future disputes. The language commonly used in divorce decrees to discuss extra curricular activities often lack in the specific details needed to reduce or remove ongoing conflict. What discussions…Find out more »
Presenter: Michael P. Tierney, Murnane Brandt Often the family cabin is the most cherished asset in a parent’s estate and preserving the cabin for the next generation takes on the highest priority. This seminar will discuss the issues arising from the transfer of the family cabin to the next generation and explore ways to preserve, control and protect the property through the use of a cabin trust or LLC. Credit: 1.0 Standard Credit approved, Code #91614 Cost (includes lunch): $20…Find out more »
Presenter: Catherine Turner, Attorney at Law What is privacy in this modern age and what are it’s boundaries? We will discuss the history and evolution of the 4th Amendment, and the current boundaries of the Government’s right to intrusion of our privacy. From the NSA to the Supreme Court, what does the 4th Amendment now protect, and what is a “reasonable” search and seizure? Edward Snowden disclosures, recent/relevant Minnesota and Supreme Court cases. Credit: 1.5 Standard Credit approved, Code #91214…Find out more »