5/10 - Dead, Disappeared, Disabled, Disbarred: Ethical Application of the Attorney Surrogate Rule (Indianapolis)

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Friday  May 10, 2013 

This program addresses what the legal community needs to know about the attorney surrogate rule. You will gain a better understanding of the rule, why to designate your own surrogate and what is required of an attorney surrogate.  Round table exercises used to close the program give attendees an opportunity to suggest improvements to the current process and help shape future reform.

Speakers:
  - Hon. Stephen R. Heimann, Circuit Court Judge, Bartholomew County
  - Julie Ann Newhouse, Newhouse & Newhouse
  - David Remondini, Chief Deputy Executive Director, Div. of State Court Admin.
  - Shelice R. Tolbert, Partner, Kopka Pinkus Dolin & Eads
  - Ted A. Waggoner, Partner, Peterson, Waggoner & Perkins, LLP

Who should attend?
  - Practitioners who may designate an attorney surrogate
  - Judges who appoint attorney surrogates
  - Senior Judges who can get senior judge credit serving as an attorney surrogate
  - Lawyers who may serve as attorney surrogates
  - Interested parties who can petition the court for an attorney surrogate
  - Legal staff who assist in these situation
  - JLAP supporters

Date: Friday, May 10, 2013
Time (local time): 1:00 - 4:30 pm

Credit: 3.0 CLE / Ethics Hours

Cost:
$100 (includes electronic links to all materials)
$20 Attorney Surrogate Manuel (limited number of hard copies available)

Location:
30 S. Meridian St., Eighth Floor, Indianapolis 46204

Provider:
Co-sponsord by the Judges & Lawyers Assistance Program (JLAP)
Special Committee on Attorney Surrogate Rule
Indiana State Bar Assocation (ISBA)

Contact Information:
Indiana State Bar Association
(317) 639-5465 or Toll Free (800)-266-2581
sallen@inbar.org
www.inbar.org, click under events for registration and additional information
 

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