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IBA: Don't Miss Out on Free CLE Fridays at the IndyBar

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It pays to associate...get six hours of Free CLE each year with the IndyBar!

These video replay CLE offerings are for IndyBar members only. Each IndyBar Member can attend up to six sessions at no cost; after six free sessions the cost is $30 per hour. There is no registration required. All replays are for one general continuing legal education credit unless otherwise noted.

The videos are replayed at the IndyBarEducation Center, 135 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite 1500.

Brown bag lunches are welcome.

February 15

Ethical Considerations for those Exiting or Entering State Government Service: Replay from 12/12/12 (includes 1 Hour of Ethics)

March 15

Introduction to Indiana Insurance Coverage: Replay from 8/28/12

April 19

Administering Special Needs Trusts: Replay from 11/28/12

May 17

Recent Developments in Investment Adviser and Investment Funds Law: Replay from 6/20/12

June 21

Financial Disclosure in Clinical Trials: FDA Financial Disclosure Regulations, HHS Financial Conflict of Interest Rules, Physician Payment Sunshine Act: Replay from 12/13/12

July 19

Top 10 Reasons You Meet the Disciplinary Commission: Replay from 11/1/12

August 16

Practical Considerations for Mediators: Replay from 10/4/12 (includes 1 Hour CME Credit)

September 20

Getting the Family Business Owner Off the Dime-How to Get Them Started on Business Succession Planning: Replay from 2/22/12

October 18

Hot Topics in Election Law: Replay from 10/4/12

November 15

Probating the Wrongful Death Estate: Replay from 3/1/12
 

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