The Delaware State Bar Association offers a variety of seminars

for the continued professional development of its members

A Workshop Series: Procrastination Prevention, Time and Stress Management For Lawyers
Every Wednesday from March 19 through April 30, 2014
A 14.0 hour series with 7.0 hours CLE credit
Using The Procrastination Workbook by Will Knaus, Ed.D., as a guide, the seminar will personalize a program for you to break free from the patterns that hold you back. We will also discuss, plan, and implement time and stress management for lawyers by using Stress Management for Lawyers by Amiram Elwork, Ph.D as well as other publications.
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Short Topics in Real Estate 2014 (4/10/14)
3.5 hours CLE credit
Land Use Law Update 2013-2014: Questions Answered, but More Questions Created; Discharge of Indebtedness Income: Basic Rules and Planning Considerations; Title Insurance: The Basics; Liens Against Real Property; Nuts, Bolts and Pitfalls of Real Estate Foreclosure Sales: Perspective of the New Castle County Sheriff’s Office – DSB04102014SHORT
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Environmental Law Update 2014 (4/11/14)
3.5 hours CLE credit
Sea Level Rise: The Coming Tidal Wave of Legal Issues; Clean Air Act: Air Transport & Other Good Neighbor Provisions; Environmental Caselaw Update; Environmental Due Diligence Update; Financing Mechanisms for – DSB04112014ENVIR
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Health Care and Aging: Navigating the Challenges (4/29/14)
6.0 hours CLE credit for Delaware and Pennsylvania attorneys
Preventing and Identifying Elder Abuse and Neglect; Planning for Long Term Care with an Elder Client; Expanding Medicare Rolls, Increasing Scrutiny: Provider Enrollment and Audits and Investigations; Assessing Cognitive Ability: Getting it Right and the Consequences of Getting it Wrong; DMOST and Advance Health Care Directives – DSB04292014HEALTH
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The Raymond C. Radulski Workers’ Compensation Seminar (5/7/14)
6.5 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Address from the Industrial Accident Board; ADR: A Better Way to Settle; Huffman Issues; Liens and Credits: What We Don’t Know; Legislative Update; Case Law Update; Keynote Address by The Honorable Jan R. Jurden; Retaliatory Discharge and Discrimination; Ethics and Social Media; Medical Expenses: Are We There Yet?; The Magic of Motion Day – DSB05072014WORKE
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Fundamentals of Will Drafting (5/13/14)
4.0 hours CLE credit
Considerations in Will Drafting; Dispositive Provisions; Testamentary Trusts, including trusts for minors and appointment of guardians for minors; Appointment of Fiduciaries and Administrative Powers of Fiduciaries; Tax Elections and Apportionment Provisions; Definitions; Tax Considerations – DSB05132014FUNDA
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Delaware’s Business Courts: Recent Developments and Best Practices (5/16/14)
3.5 hours CLE credit for Delaware and Pennsylvania attorneys
Developments in Delaware’s Business Courts and Delaware’s Role in Business and Commercial Litigation Nationally; The Complementary Nature of The Court of Chancery and The Superior Court Complex Commercial Litigation Division and Selection of Venue; CCLD Update: History, Purpose, Statistics and Current Docket; Best Practices including Expert Discovery, E-Discovery and Technology Available in Delaware Courts – DSB05162014DELAW
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Fundamentals of Civil Litigation 2014 (5/16/14)
6.0 hours CLE credit for Delaware and Pennsylvania attorneys
Court of Common Pleas Practice; Delaware Superior Court Practice; Court of Chancery Practice; U.S. District Court Practice; Delaware Supreme Court Practice; U.S. Bankruptcy Court Practice – DSB05162014FUNDA
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Recent Developments in Delaware Corporate Law: Transactional and Litigation Perspectives (5/22/14)
4.0 hours CLE credit
Stockholder Activism: A View from All Sides – Panelists will discuss the legal issues that arise when a stockholder nominates, and succeeds in electing, candidates to a Board of Directors of a publicly held corporation, with insight from a member of the Delaware Court of Chancery and from legal and financial advisors. Panelists will discuss stockholder compensation of director candidates, disputes that arise in proxy fights and the fiduciary duty issues that counsel might confront after a stockholder candidate is elected as director. Coping with Conflict – Conflict of interest transactions are a perennial staple of corporate litigation. In the last year, the Delaware Supreme Court and Delaware Court of Chancery have provided significant guidance concerning transactions involving: (1) conflicts between the controlling and minority stockholders, (2) conflicts between directors and officers and the stockholders; and (3) investment banker and other advisor conflicts. Panelists will discuss these developments with an eye to advising parties negotiating a transaction that may involve conflict of interest and attacking or defending a conflict transaction in litigation. DSB05222014RECEN
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