Other Opportunities Beyond the Basics NONPROFIT ORG. -Real Estate Professional $30 o Sterling Education • Landlord-Tenant Law: Leases, Evictions, Litigation & Settlements -Real Estate Consultant Presentation U.S. POSTAGE Services, Inc. -Property Manager in today’s Economy ff -Managing Partner Indianapolis, IN – December 8, 2010 PAID Please route to: Fort Worth, IN – December 15, 2010 Regist er by O • Beyond the Basics in Employment Law ctober -Owner Annual 18 th Louisville, KY – October 13, 2010 3 LIVE Indianapolis, IN – February 8, 2011 rd Landlord–Tenant Law Landlord– Check our website or call us for more info! • KY CLE 6.75 including 1.0 ethics Reference Materials • IN CLE 6.6 including 1.0 ethics IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE CIRCULATE • IN Real Estate 8.0 (Pending) Seminar Manual Audio Recording Earn Your Credit! Tenant Law The faculty has prepared a substantial refer- This seminar will be recorded, so if you Leases, Evictions, Litigation & Settlements ence work to accompany its presentation. cannot attend, or if you want to apply This manual will serve as a valuable tool for for home study credit (where available), future reference. You will receive the manual you can order the audio recording and/ upon checking in at the seminar site. Its price or a reference manual from this program. Evansville – December 1, 2010 See inside for details is included in the registration fee. Please use the registration form to order. Leases, Evictions, • NASBA CPE 8.0 Sterling Bookstore Below is a selection of the materials currently available from previous Sterling seminars in Litigation & Settlements • BOMI 7.0 Indiana. To order, please complete and mail in this form with payment, call us at 715-855- 0495, or visit our online bookstore at www.sterlingeducation.com/bookstore.php. FundAMEntALS OF LAndLORd-tEnAnt LAw: Lease Provisions and Issues: Plan Ahead to Avoid Problems; Landlord and Tenant Obligations; The Eviction and Judicial Process; Landlord-Tenant Mediation/Dispute Resolution; Green Building, LEED®, and Green Leases; When Tenant or Landlord Files december 1, 2010 Bankruptcy; and Ethical Considerations in Landlord-Tenant Law PRESEntERS: William E. Kelley, Jr. with Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP; Timothy R. Hurlbut with Rubin & Levin, P.C.; Christopher M. Trapp with Rubin & Levin, P.C.; and Jonathan R. Evansville, In Elrod with Elrod & Mascher, LLC Seminar #10In04026 rAudio & Manual Set $155 rAudio only $95 rManual only $75 LAndLORd-tEnAnt LAw BEyOnd thE BASIcS - In thE nEw EcOnOMy: Presented by: 3rd Annual Leases: An Ounce of Prevention; Problem Tenants; Landlord Rights and Options When the Robert P. Musgrave Deal Goes Bad; When the Tenant or Landlord Files Bankruptcy; and Ethics in Landlord- - Southern District Chapter 13 Trustee Office Tenant Law Rebecca ness Rhymer PRESEntERS: Harry F. Todd with Bose McKinney & Evans LLP; Jonathan R. Elrod with Elrod & Mascher, LLC; Ben T. Caughey with Ice Miller LLP; Carl R. Pebworth with Baker & Daniels - Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn, LLP LLP; Walter E. Wolf, Jr. with Dann Pecar Newman & Kleiman, P.C. Steven L. Bohleber Seminar #9In07195 rAudio & Manual Set $155 rAudio only $95 rManual only $75 - Law Offices of Steven L. Bohleber Please make necessary corrections to address. katherine n. worman wORkERS’ cOMPEnSAtIOn LAw & PRActIcE: Practice Tips: Basic Definitions and Concepts; Legislative and Case Law Update; Workers’ - Bowers Harrison, LLP Compensation Issues; Settlements; Return to Work Issues; View from the Workers’ (See complete biographies inside) Compensation Board; and Ethics: Ethical and Professional Behavior PRESEntERS: Doris L. Sweetin with Sweetin & Bleeke, P.C.; Randal M. Klezmer and Natalie M. Fierek with Klezmer Maudlin, P.C.; Sonia C. Das with Lewis Wagner, LLP; Lisa M. Dillon continuing Education credit: with Due Doyle Fanning, LLP; Aubrey G. Kuchar with Kightlinger & Gray, LLP; and Ryan Cotham and Carmen Glenn with Workers’ Compensation Board of Indiana • IN CLE 6.6 including 1.0 ethics • IN Real Estate 8.0 (Pending) • • KY CLE 6.75 including 1.0 ethics • BOMI 7.0 • CPE 8.0 • th Seminar #10In06156 rAudio & Manual Set $155 rAudio only $95 rManual only $75 er 18 of f See inside for details. tob Name___________________________________________________________ SES y Oc Firm/Company Name_________________________________________________ $30 Sterling Education Services, Inc. www.sterlingeducation.com ter b SES 8 STERLING EDUCATION SERVICES, INC. 8 EAU CLAIRE, WI 54702-3127 Address_________________________________________________________ Sterling means value! s P.O. BOX 3127 (715) 855-0498 Regi City_________________________________State________Zip____________ E-mail Address_______________________Phone___________________________ 10IN12267 whO ShOuLd AttEnd LAndLORd-tEnAnt LAw SEMInAR AgEndA • Property Managers • Attorneys: date: Wednesday, December 1, 2010 Location: I. the Lease • Developers • Landlord-Tenant Registration: 8:00 a.m. Holiday Inn Airport A. Routinely negotiated lease provisions – • Building Owners • Real Estate Presentations: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 4101 Highway 41 North tenant requests/landlord response • Leasing Agents • Evictions Lunch: (on your own) 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Evansville, IN 47711 B. Construction and interpretation of leases • Landlords & Tenants • General Practice 1. Lease construed as contract • Other Real Estate Professionals • Litigation cOntInuIng EducAtIOn cREdIt 2. Ambiguities and lease parole evidence rule Please remember to bring your license number, ID or other necessary information to the 3. Question of law or fact seminar to ensure proper reporting of continuing education credit. SEMInAR hIghLIghtS This program has been approved by the Indiana commission on continuing 4. Summary judgment • The lease: provisions, construction, interpretation, and options In cLE Legal Education for 6.6 hours of cLE credit, including 1.0 hour of ethics. 5. Piercing the corporate veil 6. Guaranty clauses • Tenant’s default, notice of default, lease termination • Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act In RE This course has been submitted to the IndianaisReal EstatePlease call for details. elective continuing education hours. Approval expected. commission for 8.0 C. Lease options and right of first refusal: exercise, forfeiture of leasehold interest • Litigating landlord-tenant disputes • Evictions and court has been approved ky cLE This seminar including 1.0 hour of by the kentucky Bar Association for 6.75 total credits, ethics. D. Other special considerations • Settlements and post-judgments issues This program qualifies for 7.0 hours of BOMI International cPd credit for RPA, II. tenant’s default, notice of default, and Lease termination • Green building, leases and rating systems, e.g. LEED® BOMI FMA, and/or SMA graduates. A. Notice of default: issuance, service, and specificity • Landlord or tenant files bankruptcy Sterling Education Services is registered with the national Association of B. Lease termination and surrender • Ethical considerations in landlord-tenant law State Boards of Accountancy (nASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional C. Enforcement of accelerated rent and default clauses education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy D. Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act: obligations and responsibilities MEEt thE FAcuLty have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, III. green Building and green Leases REBEccA nESS RhyMER, with Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn, LLP, practices in 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba. A. Overview of green building rating systems, e.g. LEED® the areas of landlord-tenant, litigation and trial services, insurance defense and org. CPE Credit: Maximum Credit Hours: 8.0 each session (based on a 50 minute credit B. Green lease legislation affecting landlords and tenants; hour). Field of Study: Specialized knowledge and Applications. Prerequisite: None. subrogation, and bankruptcy, collection, and creditors’ rights services. She has Level of Knowledge: Intermediate. Delivery Method: Group-Live. Advance Preparation: risks and rewards, considerations, incentives, operating costs, presented at professional education programs on landlord-tenant issues and None. No CPE credit will be granted for home study with the purchase of the seminar tenant improvements, operations, and maintenance e-Discovery. Ms. Rhymer is a member of the Evansville, the Indiana, the Illinois, audio recording. SES is only approved for “Group/Live” programs. IV. Landlord-tenant Mediation/dispute Resolution and the American Bar Associations; and the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana. She Other continuing education credit may be available. Please call (715) 855-0498 to inquire. Overview and effective use was listed as a 2010 Indiana Rising Star® in Super Lawyers® magazine. Ms. Rhymer walk-ins: Payment is required at the door. Please call ahead to confirm the schedule. V. Landlord/tenant Evictions, court, and Litigation received her B.S., magna cum laude, from the University of Evansville and her J.D. cancellations: Substitutions or transfers to a future Sterling seminar are welcome anytime up to the day of the seminar. If you cancel at least three business days before the seminar you may 1) transfer your registration to another seminar, 2) receive a full A. The summary proceeding from Washburn University School of Law, where she was a staff member of the refund minus a $25.00 service charge, or 3) receive an audio and manual set of the seminar. 1. Jurisdiction of landlord/tenant court Please note: If you do not attend and do not cancel as described above you are not entitled to a refund. Washburn Law Journal. 2. Notice of petition ROBERt P. MuSgRAVE has been a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee with the Southern Landlord-Tenant Law 3. Judgment and warrant District Indiana Chapter 13 Trustee Office Evansville Division for twenty-three years. 4. Appellate rights and remedies He is a member of the Evansville Bar Association, the Indiana and the American Bar Register today for Seminar #10In12267 Call us about 5. When not to proceed in landlord/tenant court Associations, and the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees. Mr. Musgrave is a Mail: Sterling Education Services Web: www.sterlingeducation.com discount opportunities P.O. Box 3127 Phone: 715-855-0498 B. Answer, defense, and counterclaims in landlord/tenant litigation frequent presenter at professional education programs in the area of bankruptcy. He for large groups, NPOs, Eau Claire, WI 54702-3127 Fax: 715-835-5132 new practitioners 1. Answer or motion to dismiss is admitted to practice in Indiana, the Southern and Northern Districts of Indiana, the and others! 2. Defenses (acceptance of rent, laches, and retaliatory eviction) Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Musgrave Evansville - december 1, 2010 3. Constructive eviction and partial actual eviction received his B.A. from DePauw University and his J.D. from Georgetown University. Registration Fee: 4. Waiver of jury trial StEVEn L. BOhLEBER, of the Law Offices of Steven L. Bohleber, practices in (includes manual) Reference Materials: 5. Preclusion of counterclaims and offsets general civil and criminal litigation appeals, landlord-tenant law, zoning and land r $329 per person r Audio/manual package $337* 6. Case studies/current trends in litigating landlord-tenant disputes use regulation, small business, corporations, and LLCs, family law, criminal defense, r $319 per person for 2 or more r Audio only $247* C. Settlement and post-judgment issues and wills and trusts. He is a registered family law and civil mediator. Mr. Bohleber r $299 per person if paid by October 18, 2010 r Manual only $95* 1. Effective drafting of the settlement stipulation represents clients in state and federal court in Vanderburgh and adjacent south r $147 audio with registration, a $100 savings! 2. Appeals western Indiana counties. He is a member of the Evansville and Indiana State Bar r Check Enclosed (payable to Sterling Education Services, Inc.) 3. Stay of judgment of possession and warrant to remove Associations. Mr. Bohleber received his B.S., magna cum laude, from Indiana State r VISA r MC r AMEX r DISC 4. When, if ever, is a judgment final? University and his J.D., cum laude, from Indiana University. Card #:__________________________________________ Exp. Date:_____________ Name on Card:____________________________________ CCV:__________________ VI. Landlord or tenant Bankruptcy and collections kAthERInE n. wORMAn, with Bowers Harrison, LLP’s business and civil litigation A. Review of the assumption rejection procedure and the automatic stay section, practices in the areas of real estate law, general litigation, and collections. Name: _________________________________ Email: ____________________________t B Limitations on the rights of commercial tenants-landlords in Chapter 11 Ms. Worman is a registered patent attorney with the U.S. Patent Office and she Name: _________________________________ Email: ____________________________t C. Limitation of the automatic stay for residential tenants in bankruptcy cases represents clients in patent, trademark, and copyright matters. Ms. Worman has Name: _________________________________ Email: ____________________________t D. Other changes affecting leases; other changes affecting real estate served as a student advisor for the Law Day Mock Trials, as the co-chair of the 2010 Type of Business:_______________________ Primary Practice Area:_________________ E. Collections, judgments, and discernments Law Day Student Lunch, and currently serves as the co-chair of the 2011 Law Day Firm/Company Name:______________________________________________________ VII. Ethical considerations in Landlord-tenant Law Dinner. She is a member of the Evansville and the Indiana State Bar Associations, A Address: _________________________________________________________________ A. Negotiating with a pro se tenant at court Network of Evansville Women (ANEW), and the Brooks Inns of Court. Ms. Worman is also an adjunct professor at Ivy Tech University’s Evansville Campus. She is a member City:_____________________________________ State:_________ Zip:______________ B. Conflicts of interest, un-represented, dual representation, competency of the Indiana State Bar and the U.S. District Court for Southern Indiana. Ms. Worman Phone: (_______)_______________________ Fax: (_______)_______________________ t C. Ethical situations received her B.S., cum laude, from the University of Southern Indiana and received LTLE2 t *Includes $6 shipping and handling. Please allow six to eight weeks for delivery. D. Fee arrangements, getting paid By providing this information you are agreeing to be added to in-house distribution lists. her J.D., cum laude, from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. Sterling Education Services may alter the agenda due to circumstances beyond our control.