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    Inside the Bar October 2005: Seminars feature the new Bankruptcy Code, estate planning strategies, and trial practice institute

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    Attend the 2005 Annual Bankruptcy Update seminar to learn how the new bankruptcy law, effective Oct. 17, will affect your Wisconsin practice. The Hon. Keith Lundin and Henry Hildebrand III, Chapter 13 Trustee, will bring their nationally acclaimed presentation, "Consumer Bankruptcy after the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act of 2005," to the full-day seminar.

    Inside the Bar Inside the Bar
    October 2005

    Seminars feature the new Bankruptcy Code, estate planning strategies,
    and trial practice institute

    Attend the 2005 Annual Bankruptcy Update seminar to learn how the new bankruptcy law, effective Oct. 17, will affect your Wisconsin practice. The Hon. Keith Lundin and Henry Hildebrand III, Chapter 13 Trustee, will bring their nationally acclaimed presentation, "Consumer Bankruptcy after the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act of 2005," to the full-day seminar.

    The live seminar for Eastern District locations is scheduled for Oct. 20 in Milwaukee and the video seminar* is scheduled for Nov. 30. The live seminar for Western District locations is scheduled for Oct. 21 in Madison, and the video seminar is scheduled for Dec. 1 at statewide locations.

    The seminar runs from 8 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. Tuition is $199. The seminar has been submitted for up to 7.5 CLE credits, does not qualify for EPR credits, and will be submitted for Minnesota CLE credits.

    Discover the latest and most effective estate planning strategies from Wisconsin's most accomplished estate planning practitioners at the 26th Annual Estate Planning Update seminar on Nov. 9, 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., in Waukesha. Attendees will explore techniques beyond wills and trusts, including using and drafting ethical wills to share one's values and blessings with one's family, friends, and community; setting up special needs trusts for the benefit of disabled individuals; and protecting assets through family limited partnerships.

    The program also includes timely discussions on Wisconsin's new Principal and Income Act, asset tracing after a divorce, and an informative case law update.

    The video seminar* is scheduled for Dec. 13 at statewide locations. Tuition is $199. The program has been submitted for up to 8.0 CLE credits, does not qualify for EPR credits, and will be submitted for Minnesota CLE credits.

    To order a book or register for a seminar:
    www.wisbar.org select the "Seminars, Books & Products" tab or call (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838

    Join some of Wisconsin's top litigators at the 16th Annual Institute of Trial Practice on Nov. 11, 8 a.m. - 5:25 p.m., in Waukesha. Watch teams of experienced trial lawyers try an actual personal injury case before the Hon. Robert G. Mawdsley, American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) Judge of the Year. This year, the institute features a live jury voir dire and offers two distinct approaches to this crucial, but often neglected, part of the courtroom drama.

    The live seminar is scheduled for Nov. 11 in Waukesha. The video seminar* is scheduled for Dec. 14 at statewide locations. Tuition is $199. The seminar has been submitted for up to 8.5 CLE credits, does not qualify for EPR credits, and will be submitted for Minnesota CLE credits.

    Start times include a 30-minute registration period.

    *Notice: Kenosha/Racine video seminars will be held at new locations. Check your brochure or contact the State Bar!

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