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Return to Green 2015 Schedule

Friday, April 17, 2015 | 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Stinson Leonard Street LLP Lecture Hall | 104 Green Hall

We invite you to "Return to Green" for the 8th annual spring CLE. Presenters will cover a variety of topics, including Supreme Court updates, retirement and health plans, dividing retirement benefits in divorce, and recent disciplinary developments.

Registration will open in March 2015.

CLE Credit
5 hours of CLE credit, including 2 hours of ethics, are pending in Kansas and Missouri. Downloadable materials for review and printing will be available in advance of the program. Materials will not be available the day of the CLE in a paper version. All materials must be accessed electronically.

Cancellation Policy
All cancellations received 3 business days prior to the program will be refunded 100 percent. No refunds will be allowed after that time.

Accommodations
We accommodate persons with disabilities. Please submit your request no later than March 6 to cmai@ku.edu or 785-864-9208 TTY: 711.

Questions?
Contact Noelle Uhler at nuhler@ku.edu or 785-864-9281.

Schedule
9:25-9:30 Dean's Welcome
Dean Stephen Mazza
9:30-10:20 Supreme Court Update
Toby J. Crouse, L'00, Partner, Foulston Siefkin LLP
10:30-11:20 Title TBA
The Hon. Teresa L. James, L'84, U.S. District Court, District of Kansas
11:30-12:20 2015 Update on Retirement and Health Plans: What You and Your Clients Should Know
Lisa Hund Lattan, L'92, Principle, Utz & Lattan LLC
12:30-1:30 Lunch @ The Burge Union
1:40-2:30 Ethical Issues in Dividing Retirement Benefits in Divorce (ethics credit)
Curtis G. Barnhill, L'90, Curtis G. Barnhill Attorney at Law LLC
2:40-3:30 Recent Disciplinary Developments (ethics credit)
Stanton A. Hazlett, Disciplinary Administrator, Kansas Disciplinary Administrator's Office
Questions?

Noelle Uhler
Director of External Relations
785-864-9281
nuhler@ku.edu

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