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October
21
Thursday
9:00AM - 12:45PM

BTG Skills & Ethics - New Perspectives in Art Law - 10/21 &10/22

*This 2 part program will satisfy the Live Skills and Ethics requirements for 1st and 2nd year newly admitted NY attorneys. Day 1 - Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 9:00AM – 12:45 PM Day 2 - Friday, October 22, 2021 - 9:00AM – 12:45 PM Join us for this VERY SPECIAL program, now in its 13th year, which brings together a diverse roster of speakers representing multiple sectors of the art world including, artist representatives, advisors, art finance professionals, art dealers, art fraud detection, art scholars, journalists, professors, museums. members of the bar ... and MORE! This year's topics include: DAY 1 -- Disavowal and Attribution -- Foreign Sovereign Immunity and the Art World -- What's New in Art Law? DAY 2 -- Artists' Rights and Social Media -- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Initiatives at Art Museums and Galleries -- Forgeries of a Biblical Proportion: Biblical Era Artifacts

Faculty: Leila A. Amineddoleh, Founder, Amineddoleh & Associates LLC; Amelia Brankov, Brankov PLLC; Andrea Crane, Andrea Crane Fine Art; Patty Gerstenblith, DePaul University, Center for Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law; Felicity Kohn, Pryor Cashman LLP; Mia Locks, Contemporary Art Curator; Pippa Loengard, Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts, Columbia Law School; Colette Loll, Art Fraud Insights, LLC; Jennifer Mass, Scientific Analysis of Fine Art, LLC; Roberta Mazza, The University of Manchester; Dean Nicyper, Withersworldwide; Megan Noh, Pryor Cashman LLP; Nicholas O’Donnell, Sullivan & Worcester; Joseph Patella, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP; Claudia Quinones, Canvas Art Law; Ariel Saber, Journalist; Chris Robinson, Rottenberg, Lipman, Rich, P.C.; Gabrielle C. Wilson, Kaye Spiegler PLLC

Total MCLE Credits
9
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Credit Breakdown: 3 Ethics & 6 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1409
October
21
Thursday
9:00AM - 12:45PM

Day 1 of BTG Skills & Ethics - New Perspectives in Art Law

Join us for this VERY SPECIAL program, now in its 13th year, which brings together a diverse roster of speakers representing multiple sectors of the art world including, artist representatives, advisors, art finance professionals, art dealers, art fraud detection, art scholars, journalists, professors, museums. members of the bar ... and MORE! DAY 2 Topics -- Artists' Rights and Social Media -- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Initiatives at Art Museums and Galleries -- Forgeries of a Biblical Proportion: Biblical Era Artifacts

Faculty: Leila A. Amineddoleh, Founder, Amineddoleh & Associates LLC; Amelia Brankov, Brankov PLLC; Andrea Crane, Andrea Crane Fine Art; Patty Gerstenblith, DePaul University, Center for Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law; Felicity Kohn, Pryor Cashman LLP; Mia Locks, Contemporary Art Curator; Pippa Loengard, Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts, Columbia Law School; Colette Loll, Art Fraud Insights, LLC; Jennifer Mass, Scientific Analysis of Fine Art, LLC; Roberta Mazza, The University of Manchester; Dean Nicyper, Withersworldwide; Megan Noh, Pryor Cashman LLP; Nicholas O’Donnell, Sullivan & Worcester; Joseph Patella, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP; Claudia Quinones, Canvas Art Law; Ariel Saber, Journalist; Chris Robinson, Rottenberg, Lipman, Rich, P.C.; Gabrielle C. Wilson, Kaye Spiegler PLLC

Total MCLE Credits
4.5
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 1 Ethics & 3.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1410
October
22
Friday
9:00AM - 12:45PM

Day 2 of BTG Skills & Ethics - New Perspectives in Art Law

Join us for this VERY SPECIAL program, now in its 13th year, which brings together a diverse roster of speakers representing multiple sectors of the art world including, artist representatives, advisors, art finance professionals, art dealers, art fraud detection, art scholars, journalists, professors, museums. members of the bar ... and MORE! DAY 1 Topics -- Disavowal and Attribution -- Foreign Sovereign Immunity and the Art World -- What's New in Art Law?

Faculty: Leila A. Amineddoleh, Founder, Amineddoleh & Associates LLC; Amelia Brankov, Brankov PLLC; Andrea Crane, Andrea Crane Fine Art; Patty Gerstenblith, DePaul University, Center for Art, Museum & Cultural Heritage Law; Felicity Kohn, Pryor Cashman LLP; Mia Locks, Contemporary Art Curator; Pippa Loengard, Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts, Columbia Law School; Colette Loll, Art Fraud Insights, LLC; Jennifer Mass, Scientific Analysis of Fine Art, LLC; Roberta Mazza, The University of Manchester; Dean Nicyper, Withersworldwide; Megan Noh, Pryor Cashman LLP; Nicholas O’Donnell, Sullivan & Worcester; Joseph Patella, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP; Claudia Quinones, Canvas Art Law; Ariel Saber, Journalist; Chris Robinson, Rottenberg, Lipman, Rich, P.C.; Gabrielle C. Wilson, Kaye Spiegler PLLC

Total MCLE Credits
4.5
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 2 Ethics & 2.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1411
October
27
Wednesday
5:30PM - 7:30PM

How to Prevent Common Disciplinary Problems

ear from a panel of experts who will discuss what you need to know to prevent common disciplinary problems. Topics to be discussed include: The Disciplinary Process Escrow and Use of Client Funds Neglect Personal Conduct … and MORE!!!

Faculty: Robert J. Anello, Grievance Committee Chair, Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC; Angela Christmas, Deputy Chief Counsel, Grievance Committee;Kevin P. Culley, Staff Counsel, Grievance Committee; Jorge Dopico, Chief Counsel, Grievance Committee; Jun H. Lee, Staff Counsel, Grievance Committee; Vitaly Lipkansky, Deputy Chief Counsel, Grievance Committee; Ronald C. Minkoff, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, PC; Marvin Ray Raskin, Esq.; Abigail Reardon, GrievanceCommittee Chair, DLA Piper; Michael S. Ross, Law Offices of Michael S. Ross; Deborah A. Scalise, Scalise & Hamilton, PC; Hon. Milton A. Tingling, County Clerk of New York County; Tina M. Wells, Trolman Glaser Corley & Lichtman, PC

Total MCLE Credits
2
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Credit Breakdown: 2 Ethics; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1405
October
27
Wednesday
6:00PM - 7:45PM

First Amendment: Friend or Foe of LGBTQ Rights?

The First Amendment rights of free exercise of religion and free speech have been pillars of the promise of liberty to all Americans. But in recent years, those freedoms have been exploited to erode protections against discrimination for LGBTQ+ individuals. In recent terms, the Supreme Court has considered whether the First Amendment permitted religiously affiliated organizations or shop-owners to discriminate, based on their religious beliefs, against LGBTQ+ individuals. And in the past few weeks, opponents of LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination protections have filed writs of certiorari before the Supreme Court to expand the ministerial exception for religious employers, arguing that the exception should effectively permit discrimination against LGBTQ+ people in every position, ministerial or otherwise. Join NYCLA’s LGBTQ Rights Committee for a lively discussion with four panel experts in the field of LGBTQ+ rights and First Amendment jurisprudence. Among the questions to be addressed are: Is there a legitimate tension between these two core freedoms? Will anti-discrimination provisions be eviscerated by the First Amendment? What cases are coming down the pike on these critical issues? … and much more!!!

Faculty: Carlos A. Ball, Rutgers Law School, Distinguished Professor of Law and Judge Frederick Lacey Scholar, Book Author, The First Amendment and LGBT Equality: A Contentious History; Arthur S. Leonard, Robert F. Wagner Professor of Labor and Employment Law, New York Law School; Editor, LGBT Law Notes; Shannon Minter, Legal Director, National Center for Lesbian Rights; Mary Catherine Roper, Deputy Legal Director, ACLU of Pennsylvania (through September 2021, representative cases include co-counsel on the ACLU team in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia), Of Counsel, Langer, Grogan & Diver PC, Philadelphia, PA (starting October 2021)

Total MCLE Credits
2
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Credit Breakdown: 1 PP & 1 Diversity; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1408
Registration is Closed
October
29
Friday
9:30AM - 12:20PM

Tax and Estate Planning with IRAs after the Secure Act

Many taxpayers have accumulated a considerable amount of assets in their retirement accounts. The Secure Act has created many new technical deadlines that must be followed in order to avoid IRS penalties. Tax planning and estate planning for your clients that have substantial retirement assets have become more important than ever. You need to be aware of common errors that frequently take place. This 3-credit CLE/CPE program includes: Overview of the Retirement Distribution Rules under the Secure Act Advantages of Trusts and IRA Beneficiary Common Errors in Retirement Distribution Planning Why many IRA beneficiary forms are defective Statute of limitation issues including IRA penalties Unintended Beneficiaries of Retirement Accounts or "My IRA is Going Where?" And much more ABOUT the INSTRUCTOR: Seymour Goldberg, CPA, MBA (Taxation), JD is a senior partner in the law firm of Goldberg & Goldberg, P.C., Melville, New York. He has conducted over 100 continuing professional education programs for attorneys and CPAs in the area of IRA distributions and IRA compliance issues. He is a former IRS agent and IRS instructor. Mr. Goldberg is the recipient of Outstanding Discussion Leader Awards from both the AICPA and the Foundation for Accounting Education. His manuals written for the American Bar Association can be found in well over 100 law school libraries. Two of his manuals cover IRA issues and IRS compliance issues involving IRAs. Mr. Goldberg can be reached at 516-222-0422 or by email at info.goldbergira@gmail.com. The New York and New Jersey CLE credits for this program will be issued by NYCLA The CPE credits for this program will be issued by IRG Publications IRG Publications CPE details: Recommended CPE Credit Hours: 3 Method of Presentation: Webinar NY Sponsor: IRG Publications Sponsor License No: 002963 Subject area: Taxation Learning objective: To acquire knowledge involving tax planning and IRS compliance issues when dealing with IRA assets after the Secure Act Level: Intermediate Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of taxation

Faculty: Seymour Goldberg, Esq., CPA, MBA (Taxation), JD

Total MCLE Credits
3
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 3 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1407
November
4
Thursday
6:00PM - 7:40PM

Lawyers for the Public Good, Part 2: Joining the Federal Government

Do you want to work for the federal government? Are you trying to figure out how to navigate the process? How do you apply? How do you find jobs? How do you put together a resume on USAJOBS?! Don’t worry! We will cover every step of the process of applying for jobs in the federal government, from finding positions to putting together an excellent resume to interviewing and getting the job! Our speakers will share their paths into the federal government and advice for the next generation of lawyers prepared to enter into service for the United States of America!

Faculty: Ancris Muñoz Ramdhanie, Special Counsel, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Northeast District Counsel’s Office; Mauricio Videla, Attorney Advisor, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Office of Innovation; Speakers from the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Deposition Insurance Corporation, TBA

Total MCLE Credits
2
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 2 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1412
November
19
Friday
8:30AM - 4:30PM

BTG Skills & Ethics

*This program will satisfy the Live Skills and Ethics requirements for 1st and 2nd year newly admitted NY attorneys.

Faculty: TBD

Total MCLE Credits
9
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for NY Attorneys
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for NJ Attorneys
Credit Breakdown: 3 Ethics & 6 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional Online Webinar Course ID: NACLE1413
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