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  • July 20, 2022

    August CLE: Family Law, Intellectual Property, Indian Law, and Health, Labor, and Employment Law

    August is a great time for CLE events, networking, and relaxation – now's the time to sign up for events taking place in person for the first time since 2019: the Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute, the Family Law Workshop, the Intellectual Property Academy, and Indian Law CLE.
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    July 20, 2022 – Four CLE events – held in person for the first time since 2019 – can help you boost your practice in August.

    Now’s the time to register for these CLE events (click the links​ to find out more):

    The Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute in Wisconsin Dells

    The 2022 Health, Labor, and Employment Law Institute (HLE) covers the latest legal trends in labor and employment law and health law at the Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Aug. 18-19, 2022. CLE sessions offer up to 12 credits – including 1 EPR credit.

    CLE Highlights:

    • Employee Mobility, Remote Work, and Accommodations in the Wake of COVID-19 – As employers are transitioning away from remote work, make sure you know what to do when an employee requests remote work as an ADA or FMLA accommodation.

    • The NLRB Agenda: How to Advise Your Clients on Labor Issues – Know what new regulations you can expect from the NLRB and assess the implications of changes for employers, employees, independent contractors, and gig workers.

    • A Pocket Full of Trouble: How One Simple Device Can Create Numerous Liability Issues – Explore recent cases that have resulted in liability for health care institutions and know what constitutes “protected concerted activity” in the social media context.

    • Whose Data Is It Anyway? Navigating Health Care Privacy and Security Regulations – With the emergence of Information Blocking and Interoperability, explore current regulatory issues in health care privacy, security, and IT personnel. Learn which regulations apply when using and disclosing health care data.

    Plus special events include the keynote presentation on Thursday – Being a Trusted, Culturally Competent Advisor in Uncertain Times,” with Carolien Moors of HardTalk Biz Coaching, Minneapolis; a social hour and cocktail reception on Thursday; and the Health Law Networking Breakfast on Friday.

    Register by this Thursday, July 21, for Best Rate

    Visit for more information, including the full schedule.

    Register by the early-bird deadline of July 21 to save $50 on tuition.

    Find room reservation details on the HLE website.

    Family Law Workshop in Door County

    The 2022 Family Law Workshop, produced by the State Bar of Wisconsin Family Law Section, is three half-days of CLE programming along with many opportunities for socializing and relaxation on the shores of Sturgeon Bay at Stone Harbor Resort in Door County, Aug. 4-6, 2022.

    Day 1 features internationally recognized mediator and former practicing clinical psychologist Dr. Gregory Firestone speaking on negotiation and collaboration skills.

    Days 2 and 3 offer two CLE tracks: one for those new to the family law field, and a second track for the experienced practitioner.

    Learn about current relevant issues in family law, including​:

    • working with children with mental health and transgender issues;

    • family court commissioner’s advice on addressing cases with domestic violence;

    • dealing with cryptocurrency in a divorce case;

    • case law information and updates, and more.

    Bring your family along for networking and appetizers at the poolside patio reception on Thursday evening. On Friday, you can attend an optional fish boil – a Door County tradition at a local waterfront restaurant.

    Up to 14 CLE credits including 1 EPR and 3 GAL-minor credits will be applied for this workshop.

    Three Ways to Register:

    Discounts are available for Family Law Section members and for first time attendees.

    Door County Intellectual Property Academy

    The 2022 Intellectual Property Academy offers two days of presentations covering the forefront of intellectual property law along with opportunities for networking and relaxation at Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay, Aug. 11-12.

    The IP Academy includes sessions on:

    • ethics issues related to an IP practice;

    • section 101: subject matter eligibility;

    • basics of NFT legal issues;

    • recent developments in trademark law;

    • design patents – and more.

    Up to 8.0 CLE credits including 1.0 EPR credit will be applied for this workshop.

    Register by July 21 for the Best Rate

    Members of the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Section receive $50 off tuition – register by July 21 for the best rate. Here’s how to register:

    • go online to Marketplace;

    • call State Bar Customer Service at (800) 728-7788; or

    • download the registration form and mail it to: State Bar of Wisconsin, IP Academy, P.O. Box 7158, Madison, WI 53707-7158

    Indian Law CLE in Wisconsin Dells

    Join practitioners in Indian law and those seeking to learn more about this broad field of practice for the 10th Annual Indian Law CLE at the Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Aug. 18-19, 2022.

    CLE sessions include a wide range of topics in Indian Law, including:

    • updates on mining and pipeline concerns;

    • GAL appointments and tribal court pro bono rule changes;

    • Bureau of Indian Affairs developments; and

    • strategies for keeping drugs off reservations.

    Up to 11 CLE credits, including 1.0 EPR credit, will be applied for this CLE event.

    Three Ways to Register

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