Monday, October 22, 2012
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9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
7.5 MCLE Credits: 6.5 Professional Practice; 1.0 Ethics
Offering coverage of:
New York Civil Practice
This program will be presented live and
via simultaneous live webcast
This fall, the 2012 Update program on the most recent developments in areas that New York attorneys regularly handle will cover civil procedure; matrimonial and family law; trusts and estates law; business and corporate law; criminal law; and ethics and professionalism.
All that is new in each field — cases, statutes, rules, procedures and practice techniques — will be reviewed by an experienced faculty member. The program agenda below lists just some of the highlights featured in this year’s program.
Live sessions of Update 2012 will be presented in Syracuse and New York City. Please note that both the Syracuse and New York City sessions will also be presented with a simultaneous live webcast option. Online video replays will be shown on December 3rd and 4th. Please note: Newly admitted attorneys may only receive credit for attendance at the live sessions—not the webcasts or video replays.
Monday, October 22, 2012
REGISTRATION (outside meeting room)
a. Matrimonial and Family Law
Bruce J. Wagner, Shareholder, McNamee Lochner Titus & Williams PC, Albany, New York.
B. Business and Corporate Law
Gerald F. Stack, Partner, Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, Syracuse, New York
10:45-11:00 REFRESHMENT BREAK
C. Ethics and Professionalism
Deborah A. Scalise, Partner, Scalise and Hamilton LLP, Scarsdale, New York
D. Trusts and Estates Law
Marion Hancock Fish, Partner, Hancock Estabrook, LLP, Syracuse, New York
12:40-1:40 Lunch (on your own)
(Refreshment break during this session – 15 minutes)
E. New York Civil Practice
John R. Higgitt, Chief Court Attorney, Appellate Term, First Department, New York, New York
F. Criminal Law
Thomas O’Hern, Partner, Gerstenzang, O'Hern, Hickey, Sills & Gerstenzang, Albany, New York
5:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT
Program Faculty (listed by topic)
BUSINESS and CORPORATE LAW
New York City Session
ETHICS and PROFESSIONALISM
MATRIMONIAL and FAMILY LAW
NEW YORK CIVIL PRACTICE
TRUSTS and ESTATES LAW
FROM EAST: NYS Thruway west to Exit 34A, Take Rt 481 south to I 690 west, then I 690 west to Teall Avenue Exit. Turn left onto Teall Avenue, go to 2nd light. Turn right onto Erie Blvd East and go to University Avenue. Turn left onto University Avenue, go 7 blocks and hotel is on left. FROM WEST: NYS Thruway east to Exit 39. Take I 690 east to I81 south to Exit 18 (Adams/Harrison St Exit). Bear left on exit ramp, go under I 81 bridge (Almond Street), go to 2nd light. Turn left onto East Adams Street, go to 4th light. Turn right onto University and go 2 blocks. Hotel is on left. FROM NORTH: Take I 81south to Exit 18 (Adams/Harrison Street Exit). Bear left on exit ramp, go under I 81 bridge (Almond Street), go to 2nd light. Turn left onto East Adams Street, go to 4th light. Turn right onto University Avenue, go 2 blocks and hotel is on left. FROM SOUTH: Take I 81 north to Exit 18 (Adams/Harrison Street Exit). Turn right onto East Adams Street, go to 4th light. Turn right onto University Avenue, go 2 blocks and hotel is on left.FROM NEW YORK CITY: Take Rt 17 to Binghamton. Take I 81 north to Syracuse and follow 'From South' directions)
The last day to pre-register online was October 21, 2012.
Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities: