Family Law Update 2022

Franklin County Bar Association, Conference Room 1 100 Lincoln Way East, Suite E, Chambersburg, PA

PBI Simulcast CLE - This annual program includes the latest trends, the newest case law, legislation, and procedural rules. Knowing the most recent developments can make all the difference in litigation strategy and settlement negotiations and gives you an edge over your opponents! Our panel includes a sitting judge who offers important insight as to  Continue Reading »

Pennsylvania Civil Procedure: A Primer

Franklin County Bar Association, Conference Room 1 100 Lincoln Way East, Suite E, Chambersburg, PA

PBI Simulcast CLE - Compliance with rules of procedure is a cause of anxiety for lawyers—especially for lawyers new to practice in Pennsylvania.  What is a Praecipe?  What are preliminary objections?  What is a Prothonotary?  Civil procedure in Pennsylvania’s state court system – questions, rules, and processes—are the focus of this new course designed especially for  Continue Reading »

Business Owners Disputes 2022

Franklin County Bar Association, Conference Room 1 100 Lincoln Way East, Suite E, Chambersburg, PA

PBI Simulcast CLE - All business relationships eventually end, but business partners often fail to plan adequately for the inevitable separation. When entering into a business owner relationship, the business partners would be well-advised to obtain counsel from a business lawyer on both managing the business relationship and planning for a future separation. But even  Continue Reading »

Mindful Lawyering

Franklin County Bar Association, Conference Room 1 100 Lincoln Way East, Suite E, Chambersburg, PA

PBI Simulcast CLE - Certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Trainer Dr. Alexandra Milspaw shows you how to become more effective, efficient and successful in all aspects of your life. DO YOU DREAM OF A BETTER LIFE?  The high workloads, stress, and competition that a lawyer experiences on a daily basis can cause a loss of connection with  Continue Reading »

Estates and Creditor Claims 2022

Franklin County Bar Association, Conference Room 1 100 Lincoln Way East, Suite E, Chambersburg, PA

PBI Simulcast CLE - When a Pennsylvania resident dies, his or her assets must be collected and distributed according to the decedent’s will or the state laws of intestacy for those individuals who die without a will. However, when an individual dies, his or her outstanding debts do not die as well; as such, the decedent’s  Continue Reading »