Milford PA – Pike County Bar Association (PCBA) President Elizabeth Erickson Kameen has announced a full day event for continuing legal education for Pennsylvania lawyers on December 17th at the Fauchere Hotel in Milford. Fourteen live presenters including three judges will discuss 10 different subjects including: personal injury, mortgage foreclosure, Pennsylvania children’s camp law, Pennsylvania divorce, custody, support overview, criminal practice including Intermediate punishment programs, appellate tips, bankruptcy pointers, estate law, and historical crimes in Pike County.
President Erickson Kameen noted that the Bar was fortunate to have a strong base of attorneys to assist with this annual program. All presenters donate their time to the Pike County Bar Association to ensure the success of this event. This program is provided as a benefit to the members of the Pike County Bar Association. Non members may attend for $150.00 for the day. Eight hours of CLE will be provided (6 substantive and 2 ethics). Complimentary breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages will be provided.
The Pike County Potpourri CLE is scheduled for Friday, December 17, 2010 from 8:45 am to 5:20 pm at The Emerson House at the Hotel Fauchere in Milford, PA.
Fourteen program speakers include Attorney Charles Kannebecker “Personal Injury Overview;” The Hon. Gregory Chelak “Civil Practice and Procedure Overview in Pike County including Mortgage Foreclosure Changes in Pike County;” The Hon. Joseph F. Kameen, President Judge, “Criminal Practice and Procedure Overview in Pike County including Intermediate Punishment Programs;” Attorney Elizabeth Erickson Kameen, facilitator for “Lunch and Learn Multi-Topic Bounce About/Question/Answer Format; ” with Attorney Ronnie Bugaj Fischer “Appellate Practice Pointers, Tips & Updates; “Attorney Ron Bugaj “Support Law Changes/Settlement Agreements, Tips and Updates;” and Attorney Mark Moulton “Bankruptcy Tips; “Estate Law” Attorney Sanford Beecher, Attorney John “Duke” Schneider and Attorney Lara Dodsworth; The Hon. Alan Cooper “Pennsylvania Children Camp Law and Other Issues;” Attorney Kelly Gaughan/Attorney Thomas E. Mincer “Divorce and Custody Overview in Pike County with role play scenarios;” and, Pike County Historical Society
Executive Director Lori Strelecki “Historical Crimes in Pike County (presentation of facts/findings including artifacts such as guns/hanging noose, etc.)
For more information please call 1-570-296-5102 or visit us online at www.Pikebar.com/cle.html