2012FallForum

Welcome to the 2012 Utah State Bar Fall Forum in Salt Lake City, Utah!

 

Thursday, November 8th (Grand Ballroom)
5:30pm - 6:30pm Reception (light refreshments served.)

6:30pm - 7:30pm

1 Hr. Ethics

Ethics 20/20 Commission Ellyn S. Rosen – Counsel, Ethics 20/20 Commission

Ellen RosenELLYN S. ROSEN, is Counsel to the ABA Standing Committee on Professional Discipline, whose mission is to assist the judiciary and the bar in the development, coordination, and strengthening of disciplinary enforcement throughout the United States, including the assessment of the regulatory ramifications of global legal practice developments. In this capacity she liaises with the Conference of Chief Justices, National Organization of Bar Counsel, National Council of Lawyer Disciplinary Boards and the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers. Ms. Rosen also is Counsel to the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20, charged with reviewing the Model Rules of Professional Conduct and the U.S. system of lawyer regulation in response to the challenges that globalization and advances in technology present to clients, lawyers, law firms, and the public. She advises the ABA Task Force on International Trade in Legal Services, which monitors the General Agreement on Trade in Services and other free trade agreement negotiations affecting the legal services market, and provides input to the Office of the United States Trade Representative. She is a member of the International Bar Association’s Professional Ethics Committee, and speaks frequently at international, state and local bar programs regarding issues relating to the regulation of the legal profession.

Friday, November 9 (Grand  Ballroom)
8:00am - 8:30am Welcome and Awards
Lori W. Nelson – President, Utah State Bar; Co-Chair, Susan B. Peterson – Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough; and Co-Chair, Richard M. Hartvigsen – NuSkin
8:30am - 9:30am
1 hr Prof/Civ

Predictable Misjudgment: How Intuition Misleads Judges
Professor Jeffrey J. Rachlinski – Cornell Law School

RachlinskiPROFESSOR JEFFREY J. RACHLINSKI holds a B.A. and an M.A. in psychology from the Johns Hopkins University, a J.D. from Stanford Law School, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Stanford. In 1994, Rachlinski joined the faculty at Cornell Law School. He has also served as visiting professor at the University of Chicago, the University of Virginia, the University of Pennsylvania, Yale, and Harvard. Rachlinski’s research interests primarily involve the application of cognitive and social psychology to law with special attention to judicial decision making.

9:30am - 9:45am BREAK
Session 1 - 9:45am - 10:45am

A

Litigation

Ballroom C

B

General

Arizona

C Transactional

Wyoming

D

Hot Topics

Olympus

E PractMgmt

Idaho

Trial Academy 1:
The Basics of Jury Selection

Francis J. Carney, FJC-ADR, LLC
Hon. Andrew H. Stone –
Third District Court
L. Rich Humpherys –
Christensen & Jensen
Colin P. King – Dewsnup,
King & Olsen

Ethics Survey – Recent Developments

John A. Snow – Van Cott,
Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy
Diane K. Akiyama – Office of
Professional Conduct, Utah
State Bar
1 hr. Ethics

Developments in Privacy: Why Attorneys Must Be Concerned

Charles L. Mudd, Jr. – Mudd Law Offices

Implicit Biases, Decision Making, and Law

Professor Jeffrey J. Rachlinski – Cornell Law School
1 hr. Prof/Civ

60 Tips in 60 Minutes

Lincoln Mead – IT Director, Utah State Bar

10:45am-11:00am BREAK
Session 2 - 11:00am - 12:00pm

F

Litigation

Ballroom C

G

General

Arizona

H

Transactional

Wyoming

I

Hot Topics

Olympus

J

PractMgmt

Idaho

Trial Academy 2: Exhibits Made Easy

Francis J. Carney, FJC-ADR, LLC
Hon. Andrew H. Stone – Third District Court
Roger J. Dodd – Dodd & Burnham, PC

Multi-Party Dispute Resolution

Michele Straube – Director,
Environmental Dispute Resolution Program,
Wallace Stegner Center, University of Utah

Capturing a Share of Utah’s International Business Explosion

Richard M. Hartvigsen – NuSkin
Lew Cramer – President & CEO,World Trade Center Utah
Brian D. Knox – Global Law,LLC

Expanding Police Powers:
Three Clear & Present Threats
to Civil Liberties in Utah

John M. Mejia – ACLU
Marina B. Lowe – ACLU
Legislative and Policy
Counsel
David C. Reymann – Parr
Brown Gee & Loveless

Tax & Finance Issues for Solos
and Small Firms

Randy Huizenga – Huizenga &
Co., PC

12:00pm - 12:30pm

Lunch & Awards Lori W. Nelson - President, Utah State Bar

(Grand Ballroom)

12:30pm 1:30pm

1 Hr. Prof/Civility

Civilitity Matters: Civility is Respect for Everyone "No Exceptions"

 

Orme Billy Walker
Hon. Gregory K Orme –
Utah Court of Appeals
Billy Walker –
Senior Counsel,
Office of Professional Conduct,
Utah State Bar
   
Robert Clark Don Winder
Robert S. Clark –
Parr Brown Gee and Loveless
Donald J. Winder –
Winder & Counsel, P.C.
1:30pm - 1:45pm BREAK
Session 3 - 1:45pm - 2:45pm

K

Litigation

Ballroom C

L

General

Arizona

M

Transactional

Wyoming

N

Hot Topics

Olympus

O

PractMgmt

Idaho

Trial Academy 3:
Making the Record

Francis J. Carney, FJC-ADR, LLC
Hon. Kate A. Toomey – Third
District Court
Richard D. Burbidge –
Burbidge, Mitchell & Gross
Mark T. Flickinger –
Flickinger & Sutterfield

Client Relations

John A. Snow – Van Cott,
Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy


1 hr. Ethics

The Working Relationship
Between In-House and
Outside Counsel

Richard M. Hartvigsen –
NuSkin
Paul M. Harman – Jones
Waldo Holbrook &
McDonough
Rena Miller – Zions Bank
Felicia B. Canfield – Action
Law LLC

eFiling: The Vendors Speak

George Knecht – Green Filing
Dallas Powell – Tybera

The Less Paper Office

Ernie Svenson – “Ernie the
Attorney”

2:45pm - 3:00pm BREAK
Session 4 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm

P

Litigation

Ballroom C

Q

General

Arizona

R

Transactional

Wyoming

S

Hot Topics

Olympus

T

PractMgmt

Idaho

Trial Academy 4:
Motions in Trial & After

Francis J. Carney
Hon. Kate A. Toomey – Third
District Court
Richard D. Burbidge –
Burbidge, Mitchell & Gross
Peter W. Summerill –
Hasenyager & Summerill

Alternative Fee
Approaches for Clients of
Modest Means

John R. Lund – Snow
Christensen & Martineau


1 hr. Ethics

Reappraising the New
Appraisal Rules – the
Relationship Between
Lenders & Appraisers

Brad Lindley, SRA

Mediation- Based Custody Consultation

Valerie Hale, Ph.D. –
Sugarhouse Family
Counseling
William W. Downes –
Attorney, Mediator

Working with .pdf
Documents

Ernie Svenson – “Ernie the
Attorney”

4:00pm - 4:15pm BREAK
Session 5 - 4:15pm - 5:15pm

U

Litigation

Ballroom C

V

General

Arizona

W

Transactional

Wyoming

X

Hot Topics

Olympus

Z PractMgmt

Idaho

The New Rules – Lessons
Learned so Far (With
Members of the Rules
Committee)

Hon. James T. Blanch – Third District Court
Francis J. Carney, FJC-ADR, LLC
Hon Todd M. Shaughnessy –
Third District Court
W. Cullen Battle - Fabian Law
Jonathan O. Hafen – Parr,
Brown, Gee & Loveless

Justice George Sutherland
(1862-1942) – The Life,
The Work, The Legacy –
How His Jurisprudence
Affects Economic
Regulation Today.


Andrew M. Morse – Snow
Christensen & Martineau

Counseling Small
Businesses and Start-ups

Victor A. Pollak – Fabian Law
James C. Waddoups – Fabian Law
Charles Coons – Cooper/Coons
Brad R. Jacobsen – Vantus
Law Group
John B. Wirthlin – AlloCure

Stream Access Issues and
Legal Update

Martin B. Bushman – Energy
and Natural Resources
Division, Attorney General’s
Office

Disaster Proofing Your
Practice

Ernie Svenson – “Ernie the
Attorney”

5:15 PM:  MEETING ADJOURNED