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12/2/2016
To Indemnify, or To Hold Harmless? (Webinar)

12/2/2016
The Ethics of Creating Attorney-Client Relationships in the Electronic Age (Telephone)

12/2/2016
Employees, Secrets and Competition: Non-Competes and More (Telephone)

12/5/2016
UNL: Negotiation Ethics

12/5/2016
Adding a New Member to an LLC (Telephone)

Disaster Legal Services: Responding at the Site of a Natural Disaster
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Legal services are critical to victims of a natural disaster. Learn about common legal needs and the protocols for responding at a disaster site, as well a s how to avoid “legal disasters” in a disaster. This seminar will also cover ethical issues that arise regarding disaster preparedness (Rule 3-501.3, Diligence); disaster response (Rule 3-501.6, Confidentiality); and disaster recovery (Rule 3-501.4, Communications; 3-506.1, Voluntary Pro Bono Service; and 3-506.5, Conflicts of Interest).

2/12/2016
When: Friday, February 12, 2016
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Where: Holiday Inn & Convention Center
110 S 2nd Ave
Kearney 68847
United States

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MCLE Accreditation
*Nebraska MCLE #118253. 2 CLE hours, including 1 hour ethics. (Regular/Live credit)

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Registration Options
FREE - I will accept a case through the NSBA's Volunteer Lawyers Project or Legal Aid's Disaster Relief Network.
$90 - NSBA dues-paying member (25% discounted price for NSBA dues-paying members)
$120 - Regular registration
$10 - Law students

Attorneys: If you are willing to accept a case for either case through the NSBA's Volunteer Lawyers Project or Legal Aid's Disaster Relief Network, please apply this code acceptcase in the promotional code field when checking out in store. Be sure to click the "Apply" button to ensure the discount is applied.


Legal services are critical to victims of a natural disaster.  Learn about common legal needs and the protocols for responding at a disaster site, as well as how to avoid “legal disasters” in a disaster. This seminar will also cover ethical issues that arise regarding disaster preparedness (Rule 3-501.3, Diligence); disaster response (Rule 3-501.6, Confidentiality); and disaster recovery (Rule 3-501.4, Communications; 3-506.1, Voluntary Pro Bono Service; and 3-506.5, Conflicts of Interest).

Shirley Peng manages the state-wide Disaster Relief Project at Legal Aid of Nebraska. Her expertise is in representing clients in social security disability, bankruptcy, and other public benefits, and consumer and tax cases. Shirley is licensed to practice in Nebraska and California, the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Tax Court. She graduated from the University of California – Los Angeles and Chapman University School of Law.

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