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November 2012 CBA REPORT
continuing legal education
Tax Institute Continues
Tradition of Excellence
53rd Annual Southwestern Ohio Tax Institute
Friday, November 30 & Saturday, December 1
9.25 hours CLE, including 1.0 hour professionalism, 1.0 hour ethics &
.5 hour substance abuse instruction
(Friday only registration available)
CPE & CFP credit also available
The CBA Taxation Committee continues its annual tradition of hosting a first-rate
CLE program with a power-packed event featuring local and nationally-noted tax ex-
perts. Featured guest speakers include:
• Jeffery B. Ballard
, Director of Taxpayer Advocate Service’s Midwest Office, pre-
senting an update on the office’s initiatives
• Bryan P. Collins,
a partner in Deloitte LLP’s Washington, D.C. office, will speak on
developments in the taxation of C and S Corporations
• Thomas J. Nichols,
with Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols S.C. in Milwaukee, WI,
will speak on entity conversion and cross species mergers
• Mark Curriden,
an award-winning legal journalist, will present a very special Pro-
fessionalism and Ethics talk on Saturday through his discussion of his best-selling
Contempt of Court
Featured local speakers include:
• William M. Freedman
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
• Stephen M. Nechemias
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
• Howard L. Richshafer
Wood & Lamping LLP
• James R. Adams,
retired, Frost Brown Todd LLC
This year’s program is a “don’t miss” for established tax practitioners, those interest-
ed in expanding their practice and their understanding of how tax matters may impact
their current clients.
To view the program agenda or register, please visit
or call (513)
The CBA thanks the members of the Tax Institute Planning Committee
for their contributions to this program:
Chair, Andrew W. Weisenberger,
Santen & Hughes
Joel S. Brant,
Katz Teller Brant & Hild
Noah J. Stern,
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Michael S. Williams,
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
Javan A. Kline,
Frost Brown Todd LLC
Health Care Law
Thursday, December 6
8:25 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
7.0 CLE hours
Healthcare continues to be a pivotal
topic that requires attorneys practicing in
this field to stay up-to-date on the latest
developments in technology, regulations
and policies. This seminar is focused on
highlighting important issues that are
relevant to those whose practices are
affiliated with healthcare and its continu-
ous change.
The featured speaker is Kathryn
Spangler, senior policy advisor with
the University of Michigan, Center for
Value-Based Insurance Design. She will
not only cover important information
regarding value-based insurance design,
but draw upon her experience on Capitol
Hill with the Senate Committee on
Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
to include a few key points regarding
the top things for employers/lawyers to
look out for as implementation of the law
Break-out sessions throughout the
late morning and early afternoon offer a
choice of topics which can help focus on
what is most applicable to your practice
area. These topics include:
• Electronic medical records
• Health care meets employment law
• Practical aspects of technology
• Apologies and disclosures in
• Technology uses & abuses
• Regulatory updates
The afternoon sessions will consist of
Ethics (HIPAA – Law Firm Obligations)
with Arthur E. Phelps, Jr., Esq., Profes-
sionalism (Good Movies; Bad Lawyers)
with Richard A. Setterberg, Esq., and
Substance Abuse with Gregory Hogg.
To register, please visit
, call (513) 699-4028
or see pages 27-28.
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