I will be speaking at a seminar hosted by National Business Institute titled; “Litigating Bad Faith Insurance Claims in Kentucky.” ┬áThe seminar will take place on Friday, September 23, 2016, at the Holiday Inn Louisville East-Hurstbourne. ┬áHere is the program description:

Gain the Practical Skills You Need to Handle Bad Faith Claims

Can you easily distinguish circumstances in which bad faith exists vs. where it does not? Are you aware of the tips, tricks and best practices utilized by both sides of the table? Augment your insurance knowledge with the concrete strategies you need to avoid traps, overcome challenges and reach your goal in the next bad faith case. Whether you’re counsel for the plaintiff, the defense, or are an insurance professional trying to prevent bad faith claims, you won’t find instruction this practical anywhere else. Register today!

Get a clearer understanding of what bad faith is and isn’t.

Anticipate and avoid the commonly-mishandled aspects of bad faith cases.

Accurately determine the validity of a claim with surefire discovery tactics.

Understand the effectiveness bad faith defenses and know alternatives when they’re not accepted in court.

Get pointers for presenting bad faith in court, from voir dire to verdict.

Walk through the major stages of a case and get practical pointers from experienced faculty along the way.

The class qualifies for 6.0 Kentucky CLE credits. You can click the following link for the complete details on how to register, costs, and program and course content.


I am pleased to be speaking at the Kentucky Justice Association’s CLE presentation of Cyber Practice, Using Technology in Today’s Law Office, in Louisville, Kentucky, on March 14, 2008. My presentation with be on the Ethics of a Legal Blog, and will discuss the ethical rules, which are implicated when an an attorney publishes a legal blog or interacts through blog communications. For a complete description of the event or to register, click here.

The deadline to get your CLE credits is quickly approaching. I recommend checking with your local bar association first. Click the link in the sidebar to access the Louisville Bar Association for information on upcoming CLEs. For those looking for CLEs on upcoming tort and insurance law topics, I have listed some that may be of interest.

I recommend the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys website. KATA consistently offers seminars on a monthly basis throughout the state on tort and insurance law topics. I will forgo trying to list them all and simply recommend that you visit their website and bookmark their event registration page which offers links to each seminar up to September 2007.

PESI is offering an Insurance Law Update 2007 in Lexington, Thursday, May 10th and in Louisville, Friday, May 11th. It is also offering an Evidence Workshop in Lexington, Thursday, April 26th and in Louisville, Friday, April 27th. You can get details and register at www.pesi.com.

The National Business Institute (NBI) is offering a seminar on Preparing and Trying a Bodily Injury Case in Louisville on June 5th. A basic to intermediate course designed to benefit both plaintiff and defense attorneys. For details or to register go to www.nbi-sems.com.

For those who need ethics credits the NBI is also offering Legal Ethics: Solutions to the Most Common Challenges in Lexington, June 25th and Louisville, June 27th. For details or to register go to www.nbi-sems.com.

I will continue to post seminars I think would be of interest to my readers. If your aware of a seminar and would like for me to post it, please email with the information, and I will try to get the word out.