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Tuesday, November 19 | 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Business, Corp., & Tax Law Section CLE

Topic: Federal Partnership Tax Update Speaker: Patrick O’Daniel, Norton Rose Fulbright Review legislative, judicial and IRS guidance over the past year as it impacts partnerships and LLCs with a focus on choice of entity, Section 199A deduction, examination provisions, new loss limitation rules and Section 1061 holding period requirements. 1 hour partic. CLE Cost for Section members: $20 Cost for Austin Bar/AYLA members: $25 Cost for Non-members: $25 Lunch included. CLICK HERE to register by November 15.

$20 | 1 CLE credit hour 

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Tuesday, November 19 | 11:45 am to 1:00 pm

Civil Appellate Section CLE

Topic: Hot Topics in Appellate Practice: The TCPA, Permissive & Interlocutory Appeals, and Rule 91a Speakers: Amanda Taylor, attorney at Butler Snow; Kennon Wooten, partner at Scott Douglass & McConnico; Jennifer Jasper, partner at Munck Wilson Mandala The Civil Appellate Section is proud to present an update on the Texas Citizens Participation Act (TCPA), permissive and interlocutory appeals, and Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 91a, including 2019 amendments. Jennifer Jasper (partner at Munck Wilson Mandala), Amanda Taylor (attorney at Butler…

$20 | 1 CLE credit hour 

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Tuesday, November 19 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

ADR Section CLE

Topic: Consideration of Personality Types in the ADR Context Speakers: Rick Bradstreet, PhD; Lesley Bradstreet Analysis of personality types using the Enneagram method; adaptation of mediation strategies to accommodate personality types. 1 hour partic. CLE Cost for Section members: $25 Cost for Austin Bar/AYLA members: $32 Cost for Non-members: $35 Lunch included. RSVP to Sara Saltmarsh by Friday, November 15.

$25 | 1 CLE credit hour 

RSVP: sara@saltmarshlaw.com

Tuesday, November 19 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Health Law Section CLE

Topic: Financing Texas’ Hospital Safety Net Speaker: Kate Hendrix, Senior Director, Policy, Texas Hospital Association This presentation will provide an overview of Medicaid supplemental payment programs in Texas, including: the disproportionate share hospital program; Texas’ section 1115 demonstration waiver; the uniform hospital rate increase program; and local provider participation funds. 1 hour partic. CLE Free. CLICK HERE to RSVP.

| 1 CLE credit hour 

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Wednesday, November 20 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Administrative Law Section CLE

**NEW LOCATION* Topic: Hydraulic Fracturing & Water Use: A Regulatory Perspective Speaker: Diane Goss, attorney with the TCEQ Environmental Law Division; Jessica Hartman Mendoza, attorney at the Railroad Commission of Texas. This panel discussion will address how the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) regulate water rights, use, and access in the oil patch for drilling, well completion and hydraulic fracturing operations. The panel will introduce the RRC TCEQ Memorandum of Understanding and…

$25 | 1 CLE credit hour 

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Thursday, November 21 | 7:30 am to 8:30 am

Solos Supporting Solos

Co-sponsored by the Solo Small Firm section Topic: Tax Tips for the Self-employed Speaker: Lisa A. Sretenovic, SPA/CITP/CGMA The audience will be able to better understand expenses allowed small businesses by the federal tax code and Internal Revenue Service rules and practices. 0.75 hours partic. CLE No RSVP required. For more information, contact Joe Gagen.

| .75 CLE credit hours 

Thursday, November 21 | 11:45 am to 1:00 pm

Construction Law Section CLE

Topic: Conveyor Collapse: Road to Resolution Speaker: Zachary D. Kates, P.E., Principal, Thornton Tomasetti, Inc. In this presentation, Zachary D. Kates, P.E., structural engineer with Thornton Tomasetti, will present the key aspects of the forensic investigation of a steel conveyor bridge collapse.  Engineering topics covered will include the salvage operation, evidence collection, and cause and origin analysis.  Business topics covered will include mitigation of business operation losses.  Litigation topics covered (from the engineer’s perspective) will include professional negligence, construction defects,…

$20 | 1 CLE credit hour 

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Thursday, November 21 | 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

AYLA Docket Call

Join AYLA on Thursday, November 21 for Docket Call. Open to AYLA members only! Sponsored by Weaver.

 

Friday, November 22 | 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Courthouse Mediation Project

sponsored by the ADR Section of the Austin Bar Association Pilot Project, Part 2, October – December 2019 The ADR Section of the Austin Bar Association will begin Part 2 of its pilot Courthouse Mediation Project on Friday, October 11, 2019. This free mediation project will run for a second trial period of three months, in order for the judges and volunteer mediators to determine if the service is useful to litigants and their counsel. (The ADR Section’s first trial…

 

RSVP: sara@saltmarshlaw.com

Tuesday, December 3 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Entertainment & Sports Law Section CLE

Topic: The CASE Act: Power to Creatives or Copyright Trolls Speakers: Chris Castle, founder of Christian L. Castle; JT Morris, JT Morris Law; Black Cunningham, King & Spalding The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2019 (the “CASE Act”), has been subject to much debate. On the one hand, a small-claims court as an alternative to Federal Court will allow frustrated creatives to pursue copyright infringement of their work when they otherwise may not be able to afford to.…

$10 | 1 CLE credit hour 

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