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Live NHBA•CLE Programs
Friday, June 21, 2013

Gray Matters: Issues & Answers for Aging Lawyers & Their Colleagues
9:00 - 11:30 a.m.
1.0 General & 1.0 Ethics/Prof. Credit (For a total of 2.0 NHMCLE Credits)

This timely, practical NHBA CLE program features Doris Gunderson, a Colorado psychiatrist and member of the Colorado Attorney Regulatory Committee. An authority on aging issues as they affect professionals, Dr. Gunderson will discuss how to deal with the complicated, often emotional issues that arise as lawyers near the end of their careers. Participating in a panel discussion, looking at business, ethical and other considerations and at what the law profession and the courts should be doing to address the daunting demographic realities, will be: Russell F. Hilliard, CLE Committee member and chair of the program; Supreme Court Justice Carol Ann Conboy; Alan J. Cronheim, Sisti Law Offices; Arthur G. Greene, Arthur G. Greene Consulting, LLC; and Cecie B. Hartigan, of the NHLAP. On-site Registration Only: Limited seating is available.


Section Sponsored Programming
Choose from 3 CLEs organized by our Sections:

Co-sponsored by the NHBA’s Insurance Law Section
Insurance Law Update – 2012-13 Year in Review
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
1.5 NHMCLE Credits

Insurance Law Update – 2012-13 Year in Review is a must CLE seminar for all civil litigation attorneys. This timely program will bring you up to date on all important developments in New Hampshire insurance law this past year, including case law, legislative and regulatory changes, and insurance aspects of ADR. Plaintiffs’ attorneys, insurance defense counsel, and insurance claims professionals will all benefit from attending this program. On-site Registration Only: Limited seating is available.

Russell F. Hilliard, Program Moderator/CLE Committee Member, Upton & Hatfield, LLP; Panelists: Tamara Smith Holtslag, Chair, Insurance Law Section, Peabody & Arnold LLP ; Dennis T. Ducharme, Ducharme Resolutions, PLLC; Derek D. Lick, Sulloway & Hollis, PLLC; Adam C. Varley, Rath, Young & Pignatelli, PC; Paul B. Kleinman, Vice Chair, Insurance Law Section; Bouchard Kleinman & Wright, PA



Co-sponsored by the NHBA’s Municipal & Governmental Law Section
Municipal Attorney Ethics: 2013 and Beyond
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
1.5 Ethics/Professionalism Credits

In an era when government official and attorney-client communications are increasingly conducted electronically, protecting and ensuring client confidentiality assumes everincreasing importance. Legislation, litigation, and even professional responsibility rules seemingly lag behind technology with respect to methods of communication and data retention. Add in a mix of issues involving New Hampshire’s right-to-know law and the emerging and evolving requirements associated with electronic discovery, and representation of local government can become an ethical minefield. This seminar seeks to provide guidance in navigating these “seas” and anticipating and avoiding ethical missteps. On-site Registration Only: Limited seating is available.

Edward D. Philpot, Jr., Program Chair/CLE Committee Member, Edward D. Philpot, Jr., PLLC; Christopher L. Boldt, Chair, Municipal & Governmental Law Section, Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC; Daniel D. Crean, Crean Law Office, PLLC, Pembroke


Co-sponsored by the NHBA’s Labor & Employment Law Section
Internal Investigations: A Forensic Look
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
1.5 NHMCLE Credits

The panel, which includes experts who each approach labor and employment law from different advocacy perspectives, will present a step-by-step analysis of an investigation of a hypothetical sexual harassment complaint against a high-performing senior level executive. This includes formulation of an investigation plan, interviewing of witnesses, gathering of evidence and creation and dissemination of the investigative report. In addition to sharing best practices and common pitfalls, the panel will discuss attorney-client privilege issues, the impact on potential claims, union rights and privacy issues. The panel will also focus on some of the strategic considerations involved when dealing with alleged wrongdoing by a senior executive, such as whom counsel is representing (i.e., company, board, executive); mandatory and permissible reporting of bad behavior both inside and outside the company; public relations concerns; counsel’s fiduciary role when confidential settlements or departures are arranged; and policies and training that should be implemented to deal with bad behavior at the highest levels. On-site Registration Only: Limited seating is available.

Julie A. Moore, Program Chair/CLE Committee Member, Employment Practices Group; Karen S. Aframe, Program Moderator, Chair, Labor & Employment Law Section, Bernstein, Shur, Sawyer & Nelson, PA; Panelists: James F. Allmendinger, NEA-New Hampshire; Mitchell B. Jean, LRGHealthcare; Martha Van Oot, Jackson Lewis, LLP

Saturday, June 22, 2013
PAD: Pilot Rules on Proportional Discovery/Automatic Disclosure ~Video Replay
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
3.0 NHMCLE Credits

BEGINNING MARCH 1ST, 2013 THE PAD (Proportional Discovery/Automatic Disclosure) RULES HAVE GONE STATEWIDE! This facilitated video replay will provide you with the information you need for this dramatic change in our rules governing pleading, case structuring orders and discovery.

Jack P. Crisp, Jr., Facilitator, CLE Committee Member, The Crisp Law Firm, PLLC 3.0 NHMCLE Credits

On-site Registration Only: Limited seating is available.

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