This year, I will reprise my role as presenter at our annual ACC CLE on Friday, June 14, 2013 along with my other Collins & Lacy colleagues to address issues that in-house counsel face on a daily basis, including ethics in mediation, case management strategies, S.C. legislative updates, contract disputes and workers’ compensation claims.
In-house counsel can access this CLE even more easily this year, as we are offering our first statewide program, with a live presentation in our Columbia office that will stream to our Greenville and Charleston locations where attorneys will be available to answer questions and offer additional insights. See below to register – space is limited, so don’t wait!
Collins & Lacy will provide a statewide Continuing Legal Education (CLE) presentation to the Association of Corporate Counsel(ACC), covering a variety of topics relevant to the daily challenges faced by in-house counsel. The presentation, which offers three hours of CLE credit, will be held Friday, June 14, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., followed by a catered lunch.
Unique this year, Collins & Lacy is offering the CLE opportunity to in-house counsel across South Carolina by providing an in-person presentation from its Columbia office while simultaneously broadcasting the event live in its Greenville and Charleston offices. This will allow ACC members to attend the event with little travel time, and it will enable them to ask questions of Collins & Lacy attorneys in each location in addition to networking with their fellow ACC members. The locations for the statewide CLE will be:
- 1330 Lady Street, Sixth Floor
- 37 Villa Road, Suite 500
- 200 Meeting Street, Suite 403
Collins & Lacy attorneys will present the following CLE topics:
- “Ethics and Professionalism in Mediating Your Case,” presented by Christian Stegmaier and Rebecca Halberg
- “How Did You Arrive at that Number? Objective and Quantitative Methods for Case Management and Evaluation,” presented by Brian Comer
- “What’s Going on at the State House? A Legislative Update from the 2013 Legislative Session,” presented by South Carolina Chamber of Commerce CEO Otis Rawl
- “I Liked It When I Signed It, But I Don’t Like It Now – It Must Be Unconscionable,” presented by Joey McCue
- “The Proactive Approach to Workers’ Compensation Claims,” presented by Kristian Cross
This presentation is free to in-house counsel, but they must register to attend. For more information and to RSVP, please contact Keely Yates at the ACC-SC Chapter office, 803-252-1087.