October 17, 2012
October 17, 2012
Welcome to the South Carolina Bar's E-Blast, CLE Edition!
October 17, 2012
E-Blast highlights upcoming activities, legal information and links to the Bar's website at www.scbar.org.
S.C. Entertainment and Sports Law Symposium
For the first time, the S.C. Bar presents a seminar focused on entertainment law in South Carolina. Behind the glitz and glamour of music, television and sports glory lies an industry filled with tough negotiations, odd laws, tax incentives and trends that do not make sense to industry outsiders. Invest your day into gaining a better understanding of corporate laws that pertain to entertainment and sports, trademarks, royalties, publishing, copyrights, and managing athletes and “rock stars.”
More upcoming seminars
Deposition Essentials: Strategies and Techniques
Fall Sporting Clays
Critical Financial Errors in Divorce and QDROs--Principals, Errors and Best Practices: Columbia and Greenville (click a location to register)
How to Succeed in a Solo Practice
28th Annual N.C./S.C. Employment and Labor Law Conference
Layin’ Down the Law: What Roller Derby Can Teach Lawyers About Civil Procedure
Time Mastery for Lawyers: Greenville and N. Charleston (click on a location to register)
Representing Parents in DSS Abuse and Neglect Proceedings
2013 S.C. Bar Convention: Make plans to attend!
The 2013 Convention, to be held at the Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort and Spa Jan. 24-27, is shaping up to be a fun-filled weekend. Register today and take advantage of early bird savings!
Dollars and Uncommon Sense: Learning Cafés for Lawyers and CPAs
Key Concepts in Understanding Valuations in Probate, Domestic and Business Cases, Oct. 24, Myrtle Beach
Structuring Settlements to Maximize Your Client’s Interests, Nov. 12, Columbia
Recent publication releases
S.C. Civil Procedure, Third Edition, 2012 Supplement by Prof. James Flanagan
The 2012 supplement includes cases decided between Jan. 1, 2011, and July 1, 2012. The most important development during this period was the amendment of the discovery rules to add provisions for electronic discovery promulgated in April 2011. The purchase of the 2012 supplement includes a new CD, which contains the text of both the third edition and the 2012 supplement. If you do not already own S.C. Civil Procedure, Third Edition, click here.
The Law of Workers’ Compensation Insurance in South Carolina, Sixth Edition
Since its introduction in 1992, The Law of Workers’ Compensation Insurance in South Carolina has been the most thorough and scholarly resource on this technical and complex area of law in South Carolina. With research current through Dec. 31, 2011, it contains expert analysis of every major area of workers’ compensation law and practice. Written with the practicing attorney in mind, The Law of Workers’ Compensation Insurance in South Carolina, Sixth Edition is comprehensive, meticulously researched, practical and affordable.
Annotated S.C. Rules of Professional Conduct 2010 Edition by Profs. Nathan M. Crystal and Robert M. Wilcox
S.C. Rules of Procedure Annotated 2012 by Justin S. Kahn
S.C. Evidence Handbook Annotated, Eighth Edition by Justin S. Kahn
Want to save some money? Purchase S.C. Rules of Procedure Annotated 2012 and S.C. Evidence Handbook Annotated, Eighth Edition together by clicking here.
Need answers to a publication or invoice question? Want to place an order by phone? Contact Kristie Haustovich at email@example.com or (803) 771-0333, ext. 126.
Ben Franklin on Ethics, Oct. 24
On-demand, online CLE programs
10 Tips on Rainmaking in the 21st Century featuring Kenneth E. Berger
CFPB: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace: The Elimination of HUD/TIL presented by Palmetto Land Title
2012 Hot Tips From the Coolest Domestic Law Practitioners
The Law of Workers’ Compensation in South Carolina: 2012 Update
Fundamentals in Federal Criminal Law featuring Jonathan M. Milling and S. Harrison Saunders VI
Employee Separation Agreements: Reducing Risk and Liability
Ethics and Dishonest Clients
Disclaimers Practice in Estate Planning
For a complete listing of upcoming teleseminars, visit www.scbar.org/teleseminars. If you have any difficulty registering for these teleseminars, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-694-9747.
To be added or deleted from the E-Blast mailing list, please contact Donna Oelhafen in Membership Services at email@example.com or (803) 799-6653, ext. 171. To change your e-mail address, you must log on to AIS at www.sccourts.org/ais.