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Posted on: Apr 29, 2020

During this extraordinary time and beyond, the IndyBar is committed to bringing you the information, tools and resources you need to stay informed and stay connected. See how we're moving forward together here.

We have an extensive lineup of programming designed to keep you informed during the COVID-19 pandemic, so here's a quick digest of upcoming events featuring the latest information on the crisis from knowledgable, local practitioners. To view our full schedule of CLEs and events, visit the IndyBar Events Calendar.

Special Events
Impact of COVID-19 on Environmental Compliance
Friday, May 1, 10 a.m.
Topics of discussion during this webinar will include specific COVID-19 enforcement guidance issued by the Environmental Protection Agency, what agencies are (and are not) allowing regulated entities to do in response to the pandemic and practical guidance on how lawyers can help clients both navigate the current situation and assist their clients in returning to normal after the pandemic ends.
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Reorganizing Personal Debt
Thursday, May 7, 10 a.m.
Many attorneys and their clients are struggling right now to figure out where to “pull dollars from” within their own business in an effort to put food on the table. Should you go to the bank and take out a loan now that interest rates got slashed again? Should you tap into your retirement account? These questions and more will be addressed during this webinar so that you can make informed decisions and advise your clients.
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Practical Tips on How to Prepare/Deliver a Remote Oral Argument
Thursday, May 7, 3:30 p.m.
How does a remote oral argument, conducted by video or telephone, differ from conventional oral arguments? Join us (remotely, of course) to hear practical tips from judges and advocates about how best to prepare and deliver a remote oral argument.
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eSports in the World of COVID-19: Finding a Way to Compete at a Social Distance
Friday, May 8, 4 p.m.
Join us online for a webinar on how sports sanctioning bodies, teams, athletes, amateurs and even youth sports have developed alternative ways to successfully entertain their fans and competitively engage participants through eSports.
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Going the (Social) Distance: Marketing and Business Development in the New Economy
Tuesday, May 12, 10 a.m.
If our new normal has you scrambling to find marketing and business development opportunities, you're not alone. During this webinar, legal marketing consultant Katie Gilmore will offer tips for how you can continue to build your personal brand, market your practice and create business development opportunities. 
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E-Filing Update for a Virtual World
Friday, May 15, 2:30 p.m.
Since many courts are holding hearings via video conferencing platforms, this is the perfect opportunity to get your questions answered. Our presenter will cover how to get your documents from e-notice and mycase.in.gov. You'll also learn tips for more efficient e-filing.
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The Effect of COVID-19 Legislation on the Commercial & Bankruptcy Practitioner
Thursday, May 21, 1:30 p.m.
As the current health crisis continues to affect every aspect of daily life, it's increasingly important for attorneys to stay abreast of its implications. This webinar will feature two practitioners who will provide insight into the applicability of the COVID-19 related legislation to Small Business Administration lending, bankruptcy and the future of our daily practice.
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See all recordings of our special updates and online programs here.
View all events on the IndyBar Event Calendar here.

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