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The NHCBA is certified by the New York State CLE Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. We offer courses that are appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.

Financial aid is available upon application. Please review the Continuing Legal Education Tuition Assistance and Payment Policy. If you are interested in applying for Continuing Legal Education financial aid, please fill out the CLE Financial Assistance Application Form and return it to the New Haven County Bar Association.


UPCOMING CLES

ETHICS 2015 | February 25, 2015

A don’t miss interactive workshop to help lawyers avoid practicing outside the Rules of Professional Conduct 

Seminar 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. | Gateway Community College, Room N100-B, New Haven, CT

Panelists:
Frances Mickelson–Dera, Esq. 
First Assistant Bar Counsel in charge of audits and trust accounting for the State of Connecticut

Desi Imetovski, Esq. 
Assistant Statewide Grievance Prosecutor

Anthony Nuzzo Jr., Esq. 
Nuzzo & Roberts, LLC, defense attorney regularly defending lawyers on grievance matters and claims of legal  malpractice 

Includes demonstrations how to:
• Set up and maintain  trust accounts 
• Draft  different types of fee  agreements 
• Recognize  and address conflicts of  interests 
In compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct

COST:   $55 NHCBA, Waterbury Bar, and Hartford Bar Members, $85 Non-members, $15 NHYL, law student and TAC members. 
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Partnerships – Section 704(b) Rules: The Business and Tax Implications of the Regulatory Language

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 | Seminar 4:00 - 6:00pm
New Haven County Bar Association, 171 Orange Street, Second Floor, New Haven

Panelist:
Michael D'Addio, Marcum LLP

Highlights


·   Discuss application of the section 704(b) regulations to partnerships and limited liability companies;

·   Working through special allocation provisions;

·   The importance of revaluations;

·   Getting tax benefits for partners purchasing an interest in a partnership or limited liability company;

·   How do “minimum gain,” qualified income offset,” and “deficit restoration” provisions work.

Cost: $55 Members, $85 Non-members, $15 law student members and TACS. 

 


Landlord Tenant Law in CT: Practice and Procedure

Thursday, March 26, 2015 | Seminar 4:00 - 6:00pm
Superior Court, 235 Church St., 9th Fl., New Haven

Panelists:

Noble F. Allen, Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP
Author: Connecticut Landlord and Tenant Law (*with forms)

Suzanne Colasanto, Chief Clerk, New Haven Housing Court


Highlights: 

Understand the Legal Concepts in Landlord and Tenant Law and the Statutory Triggers in Summary Process|

Topics covered will include:

· Know How to Properly Prepare a Notice to Quit

· Learn Crucial Eviction Strategies

· Gain Tips for Proper Housing Court Procedures

· Understand the Difference Between Commercial and Residential Evictions

· Get the Latest in Recent Landlord Tenant Case Law and Statutes

Cost: $55 Members, $85 Non-members, $15 NHYL, law student members and TACS.
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CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE

The Continuing Legal Education committee is responsible for organizing all educational seminars for attorneys and paralegals. We also sponsor the "Nuts & Bolts” CLE series for newer attorneys, which features practice tips for a variety of areas, as well as ethics, legal skills and practice management.

Lucas Rocklin                                  Stephanie Sgambati
Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C.      Stephanie Sgambati, Esq., LLC

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3/4/2015
CLE: Partnerships-- Section 704(b) Rules

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