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Julie Roth and Andy Ramirez to Provide Guidance on Hospital Compliance: Multiple Dates

Spencer Fane attorneys Julie Roth and Andy Ramirez will present at the Kansas Hospital Association (KHA) Regional Trustee Seminars on compliance in the health care industry.

Holden to Join FDCC Panel Discussion of Workplace Harassment, Discrimination Issues

Spencer Fane attorney Helen Holden will present as part of a panel of speakers during the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC) Midwest Regional Corporate Counsel CLE Presentation.

Sue Willman to Join American Planning Association Panel Discussion

Spencer Fane attorney Sue Willman will present as part of a panel of speakers during an American Planning Association (APA) webinar on the legal issues and personal liabilities that municipal planners most commonly face.

Ryan Pulkrabek to Discuss EPA’s Increased Attention to Vapor Intrusion

Spencer Fane attorney Ryan Pulkrabek will present on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) growing concern with and emphasis on vapor intrusion during the April Monthly Meeting for the Midwest Air and Waste Management Association(A&WMA).

Spencer Fane Employment Training Classes

The Employment Training Classes are designed to help supervisors, HR professionals, and C-Suite executives:

  • Comply with government regulations
  • Avoid potential employee issues
  • Address issues when they arise

All classes will be held at Spencer Fane: 2144 E. Republic Road, Suite B300, Springfield, MO 65804

Kyle Elliott to Provide Guidance on Intellectual Property to Entrepreneurs, March 28, 2018

Spencer Fane attorney Kyle Elliott will be providing office hours at The eFactory to help entrepreneurs and businesses in southwest Missouri start, grow, and accelerate their companies.

Julie Roth and Melissa Sherman to Present at KHA Corporate Compliance Workshop Friday, February 2

As part of the Kansas Hospital Association (KHA) Corporate Compliance Workshop, Spencer Fane Partners, Julie Roth and Melissa Sherman, will help build on and advance the knowledge of hospital corporate compliance officers. Julie will be presenting “EMTALA for Governing Boards – Compliance Starts at the Top” and Melissa will be presenting “Importance of Standards of Conduct and How to Link Behavior and Values.” The course material is designed for those individuals at the hospital directly responsible for the creation and maintenance of the corporate compliance program.

Date: Friday, February 2, 2018
Time: 8:30-4:30
Location: Hilton Garden Inn and Convention Center – Salina, KS
Cost: $100 for KHA Members – $200 for non-members (includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and program materials)

Register here.

Paul Trimble to Present on Joint Operating Agreements in Oil & Gas Ventures – Thursday, January 18

As part of The University of Oklahoma College of Law Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program, Partner Paul Trimble will present “What’s New in the 2015 AAPL JOA.”  The event covers Joint Operating Agreements (JOAs) as they relate to the American Association of Professional Landman (AAPL), and gives attendees the opportunity to earn 5-6 hours of CLE credit.

Kyle Elliott to Share IP Best Practices at iWerx Lunch & Learn Tuesday, December 5

As part of the iWerx “Lunch & Lean” program for entrepreneurs, Spencer Fane Partner Kyle Elliott will present “What Business Owners Should Know about Patent, Copyright and Trademark Laws.” In his presentation at 11:30 Tuesday, December 5, Kyle will explain the ins and outs of patent, trademark and copyright protection for innovative business products and services. Attendees can even learn how comic book icons Archie and Veronica are relevant to intellectual property issues.

Date: Tuesday, December 5
Time: 11:30-1:00
Location: iWerx, 1520 Clay Street, North Kansas City, Missouri
Cost: $35 includes box lunch

RSVP here.

Laws Related to Blood Draws – Webinar, November 14

In conjunction with the Kansas Hospital Association and Missouri Hospital Association, Spencer Fane attorneys Laura Bond and Donn Herring will conduct a free educational webinar Tuesday, November 14, noon-1:30.

Laura and Donn will discuss the state laws in Kansas and Missouri, as well as federal laws related to law enforcement requests for emergency department staff to draw blood from a patient or to turnover already drawn blood samples. This complimentary webinar will provide clarification of these laws, which are often poorly written and inconsistent as they seek to address conflicting public policy concerns and objectives.

November 14, 2017
Noon-1:30 pm
Register here

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