IndyBar Sections are Teaming Up for April CLEs - IndyBar Blog

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Posted on: Apr 15, 2015
IndyBar sections have made CLEs a team sport this month with three joint programs offered in April. Taking advantage of a co-hosted CLE is a great way to increase your networking opportunities and get a well-rounded, in-depth perspective on the issues and updates that are most important to attorneys. Check out the programs below and sign up for a CLE today!

When Worlds Collide: Intellectual Property and Bankruptcy
Hosted by the Commercial & Bankruptcy Law Section and the Intellectual Property Section
Featuring: Mike Pellegrino, Pellegrino & Associates; Louis T. Perry, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP; David E. Roberts, Gutwein Law
Thurs., April 16 from 4 to 5 p.m. Register online here.

This seminar will demonstrate how secured lenders can protect their security interests in intellectual property, and it will also address the effects of bankruptcy on intellectual property rights. Just how is intellectual property treated in bankruptcy and valuation techniques related to such property? You’ll have to come to this CLE to find out the answer to that question and more!

Exit Planning: A Collaborative Approach CLE & Networking Reception
Hosted by the Business Law Section and the Estate Planning & Administration Section
Featuring: Brian L. Baker, City Securities Corporation; David W. Barrett, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP; Julia S. Weaver, Regions Private Wealth Management
Tues., April 21 from 4 to 7 p.m. Register online here.

This program will offer a panel discussion that is designed to share the best practices for exit planning and to enlighten our respective practice groups on the strategies we each bring to the table in crafting an optimal exit plan. Immediately following the seminar, stick around for appetizers and drinks from 5 to 7 p.m. This optional networking reception provides attendees an opportunity to socialize with colleagues and the panel. Registration is $10 and includes the cost of refreshments.

Social Media Investigations: Effectively Monitoring and Capturing Relevant Data
Hosted by the Paralegal Committee and the Family Law Section
Featuring: Lyn Mettler, Step Ahead Social Research
Tues., April 28 from noon to 1 p.m. Register online here.

The presentation will focus on best practices and techniques for effectively monitoring and capturing both historic and real-time social media and web data of individuals. There will be a review of the uses of social media monitoring for attorneys, relevant cases dealing with social media and the benefits and challenges of collecting such data. Attendees will be provided with specific recommendations of how to best ethically collect and then review the information, followed by some real-life examples of how social media was beneficial in various cases.

View all of the upcoming IndyBar events here.


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