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2017 Education Law Section Annual Meeting
2017 Education Law Section Annual Meeting

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Friday, April 21, 2017

Registration: 8:30a
Program: 8:55a-4:30p

Also Available via Video Replay

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Most attorneys were captivated by the study of constitutional law in school, but education attorneys are fortunate enough to practice it on a day-to-day basis!

In the midst of social unrest, political uncertainty and viral forms of expression, understanding the parameters of the First Amendment is a vital skill for education law practitioners.

This program explores the various ways that First Amendment law governs the relationship between the school or university and its students, faculty, staff and boards.

This program includes topics of interest for both the junior education law attorney and the more seasoned practitioner.

Planned by the NCBA Education Law Section

2017 Health Law Section Annual Meeting
2017 Health Law Section Annual Meeting

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Friday, April 28, 2017

Registration: 8:10a
Program: 8:40a-4:15p

Also Available via Video Replay

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The health care industry is constantly evolving, and after the 2016 election that continues to be true.

This program is designed to provide insights for the attorneys representing health care providers and payors who must adapt in order to translate these challenges into opportunities.

The discussion includes new models for population health management, the state of telemedicine and cyber security threats, among others.

In addition, there is an ethics component, a session on clinical trials and an update on legislative matters from the North Carolina Hospital Association.

Planned by the NCBA Health Law Section

2017 Insurance Law Section Annual Meeting and Joint Program with the Litigation Section
2017 Insurance Law Section Annual Meeting and Joint Program with the Litigation Section

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Friday, April 7, 2017

Registration: 8:15a
Program: 8:55a-4:30p

Also Available via Video Replay

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Insurance law and litigation often go hand-in-hand.

These two sections have teamed up to host an information-filled program that covers the best of both worlds.

Join us and learn the latest developments in litigation and insurance law from leading lawyers in the state.

This program offers valuable insights and tools to represent your clients effectively and gives you opportunities to network with experienced coverage and litigation counsel from across the state.

Planned by the NCBA Insurance Law and Litigation Sections

2017 Intellectual Property Law and Sports & Entertainment Law Sections Joint Annual Meeting
2017 Intellectual Property Law and Sports & Entertainment Law Sections Joint Annual Meeting

              
             

Wilmington | Hilton Wilmington Riverside

Friday, April 28, 2017

Registration and Breakfast: 7:45a
Program: 8:15a-5:15p

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A special joint meeting between the Intellectual Property Law and Sports & Entertainment Law Sections in the fun-filled city of Wilmington.

In parallel and overlapping tracks, learn about the latest developments in sports and entertainment law and in patent, trademark and copyright law.

  • Hear about the implications of the Defend Trade Secrets Act
  • Learn about the law surrounding eSports
  • Gain insights into IP damages
  • Receive updates on The Slants and Varsity Brands cases
  • Consider who owns biometric data for sports teams
  • Become familiar with the latest on patentable subject matter
  • Earn ethics credit through an analysis of inequitable conduct or agency/attorney-client relationships and alternative pay

Planned by the NCBA Intellectual Property Law and Sports & Entertainment Law Sections

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On Demand Programs

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On the Horizon: How Recent Legislation and Court Cases Impact Professional, Local and State Regulations (2017 Administrative Law Section Annual Meeting)
On the Horizon: How Recent Legislation and Court Cases Impact Professional, Local and State Regulations (2017 Administrative Law Section Annual Meeting)

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Friday, March 31, 2017

Registration: 8:15a
Program: 8:40a-4:30p

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The past year has brought a number of major court decisions.

New legislation could impact the area of administrative law.

Meanwhile, changes to how occupational licensing boards regulate their professions are being proposed that could change the employment landscape.

This program examines recent developments and looks to what the future may hold in this important area of the law.

  • Learn about the recent landmark case involving the NCDOT’s use of the Map Act and how the court’s ruling impacts eminent domain practices
  • Examine recent changes to the Administrative Code regarding forum and how this may impact case preparation and strategy
  • Keep up with the regulatory reform efforts taking place during the legislative long session
  • Hear about recent developments at the Office of Administrative Hearings
  • Listen to a panel discussion regarding the impact of recent historic preservation home cases

Planned by the NCBA Administrative Law Section

The Do
The Do's, The Don'ts, The I Have's and I Won't: A Practical CLE for Land Use Attorneys (2017 Zoning, Planning & Land Use Section Annual Meeting)

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Registration: 8:15a
Program: 8:55a-4:15p

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This program is a practical and useful session for any attorney involved in land use and zoning matters regardless of experience.

The program includes two separate panel discussions:

The first session is comprised of attorneys serving on elected or appointed boards who provide their insights on how best to represent clients in land use matters before legislative or quasi-judicial bodies.

The second panel is comprised of land use attorneys who share specific experiences and unique legal issues they have encountered that may not show up in appellate opinions, but nonetheless offer great insight for today’s practitioner.

Other sessions tackle standing and impact fee issues that have made news in the North Carolina appellate courts in the previous years as well as a review of relevant case law, legislation, and the status of legislation to codify and reorganize the planning and zoning statutes in the state.

Planned by the NCBA Zoning, Planning & Land Use Section