The Institute for Law and Public Policy at California University of Pennsylvania will hold sessions April 25-26.
California University of Pennsylvania’s Institute for Law and Public Policy plans sessions for legal professionals on conflict resolution, consumer financial protection, best practices in human resources and income for injured people.
Seminars will be held April 25-26 at the Frank Sarris Public Library in Canonsburg, Pa. Each is approved for Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education (PACLE) credits. For seminar details, costs and registration, visit calu.edu/ilpp.
Conflict Skills for Lawyers: Get Empowered to Artfully Navigate Difficult Conversations with Staff, Clients, and Other Attorneys — 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. April 25.
Attorney Selina J. Shultz will help lawyers with personal and professional conflict-management strategies. PACLE approved: 3 substantive credits.
Unanticipated Fallout, the Practice of Law Since the Creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the “CFPB”— 1-4:15 p.m. April 25
Attorney James Valecko will discuss the creation of the bureau, the scope of its powers, and the impact of “rulemaking through enforcement.” PACLE approved: 2 substantive, 1 ethics credit.
Hiring, Firing, and Everything In-Between: Best Practices to Guide You Through the Employee Life Cycle — 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m. April 26
Attorneys Jaime Tuite and William Lewis will discuss best practices in hiring, pay, employee leave, employee accommodations and employee separations. PACLE approved: 3 substantive credits.
The Matrix for Maximizing Recovery For the Injured: Workers Compensation, Long Term Disability, Personal Injury, Social Security Disability, Veterans Disability — 1-4:15 p.m. April 26
Attorneys Brian Bronson, Michael Quatrini and Jeff Monzo will explore potential sources of income when a person is injured or disabled and when to apply. PACLE approved: 3 substantive credits.