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Issues, Ethics & Opportunities in Dispute Resolution (you say you want a RESOLUTION!)
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In this interactive CLE, you will learn about ethical considerations important to the dispute resolution process, practical strategies and tactics to start, grow, and optimize your mediation/arbitration practice; and updates related to rules and dispute resolution practices in the State of Montana. You will also be provided opportunities to network and socialize with fellow Bar members and others in the dispute resolution field.

10/20/2017
When: October 20, 2017
Where: Hilton Garden Inn
2023 Commerce Way
Bozeman, Montana  59715
United States
Contact: Erin Davis
406-447-2208


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Issues, Ethics & Opportunities

in Dispute Resolution

(you say you want a RESOLUTION!)

[With apologies to the Beatles]

 

Approved for 6.5 Live Montana CLE Credits, 3.0 Ethics

 

What will you learn?

In this interactive CLE, you will learn about ethical considerations important to the dispute resolution process, practical strategies and tactics to start, grow, and optimize your mediation/arbitration practice; and updates related to rules and dispute resolution practices in the State of Montana. You will also be provided opportunities to network and socialize with fellow Bar members and others in the dispute resolution field.

 

Who are the speakers?

Justice Beth Baker, Montana Supreme Court

Justice Laurie McKinnon, Montana Supreme Court

Hank Raucci, Esq., Hattersley Walter, PLLP

Chris Manos, Esq., State Bar of Montana

Jay Hunston, Esq., W. Jay Hunston, Jr., P.A.

Mike Lamb, Esq., Lamb & Carey

Pamela Poon, Esq., Pamela G. Poon, PLLC

Dr. Jamison Starbuck, Esq., One Doc Naturopathic Medicine

 

Where is it?

The seminar is at the Hilton Garden Inn. 2023 Commerce Way, Bozeman, MT 59715. Rooms have been blocked; please make your RESERVATIONS BEFORE September 21, 2017 to get the discount rate of $93 + tax. You may call the hotel at 1-406-582-9900 and reference State Bar of Montana.

 

Reserve a printed copy of the course materials

An electronic copy of the course materials is included in the price of the event registration.  A downloadable link to the course materials will be sent via email by October 16, 2017. If you would like a printed course book for $35.00, please reserve your copy online by selecting "Printed Course Book” in the optional ticket menu.

 

Registration and Pricing

You may register through October 18 by going online to pay by credit card.  If you register by September 29 you qualify for a $25 discount. If you have questions or problems logging in, please contact the State Bar office, 406-442-7660. Late registrations accepted only if space is available. Please call 406-447-2206 to check on available space at least 2 days prior to seminar.

 

PRICE A         for attorneys practicing five years or more and all

                         other non-attorney registrants.

PRICE B         for attorneys practicing under five years and

                         members of the State Bar Paralegal Section.

 

                                                                                           Price A      Price B

Early Registration Paid by September 29:               $285          $260

Paid after September 29:                                             $310          $285

Printed Course Book:                                                    $35

 

*Electronic materials are included in the registration price, printed course books are an additional $35.

REFUND POLICY: Refunds are 75% if cancellation is 7 days or more before the seminar. Refunds are 50% if cancellation is less than 7 days. No refunds for cancellations on or after the date of the seminar.  Cancellations or substitutions may be made by calling 406-447-2206. No refunds will be made on printed course books after October 13, 2017.

 

Schedule

Friday a.m.

8:00

Registration (Continental Breakfast included)

Well, you know we all want to change the world

9:00-10:00

Mind Body Connection: Ethical Considerations for its Use in Mediation (1.0 Ethics Credit)

Dr. Jamison Starbuck

10:00-10:10

Break

You ask me for a contribution

10:10-11:10

Optimizing Mediation Success As a Mediator & As an Advocate

Mike Lamb

We’re all doing what we can

11:10-12:10

Panel Discussion– Ethical Considerations of Mediation (1.0 Ethics Credit)

Hank Raucci, Michael Lamb, Dr. Starbuck, & Jay Hunston

12:10-1:10 Lunch Provided at the Hilton

Friday p.m.

1:00-2:00

Mediation/Arbitration as a Full-Time Profession

Jay Hunston

But if you want money for people with minds that hate, all I can tell you is brother you have to wait

2:00-3:00

Ethical Considerations Raised by Bargaining and Grievance (1.0 Ethics Credit)

Hank Raucci & Chris Manos

You say you got a real solution, we’d all love to see the plan

3:00-3:30

Mediation and Pilot Program in Kalispell

Justice McKinnon & Pamela Poon

You tell me it’s the institution...

3:30-4:30

Is Rule 7 Worth It? The Value-or not– of Appellate Mediation

Justice Baker, Justice McKinnon, Pamela Poon,& Mike Lamb

Don’t you know it’s gonna be alright?...

4:30-4:45

Closing remarks

Adjourn