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Annual Cincinnati CLE Seminar – 2023

November 09, 2023 7:30 am EST Hybrid Event

Please join us for this year’s CLE. We are proud to provide this annual service to you – our valued clients and friends – as a way of saying thank you. 

This year’s keynote speaker on professional conduct will be Ohio Supreme Court Justice Patrick F. Fischer.

The topics for the CLE Seminar include the following:

Incident Response Program – Steve Crawford / Chris Habel

IP Litigation – John Bennett, Paul Ulrich

Compliance / Regulatory Update – Beth Naylor

Legalization of Marijuana – Rich Moore

Data Security & Privacy – Gene Price

NLRB Client Advisory – Jennifer Asbrock

The program will be pending a total of four hours of CLE credit, including at least one hour of professional conduct. 

Once again our seminar is being offered in person as both a morning and afternoon session. You can also join either session virtually via Zoom.

Thursday, November 9, 2023

Morning Session
 7:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
Afternoon Session 12:30 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Online Location:

In-Person Location:
Great American Tower
301 East Fourth Street
33rd Floor – FCC Conference Room
Cincinnati, OH 45202
*Please check in with the ground floor security
desk upon arrival.


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Steven M. Crawford


Louisville, KY

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Christopher S. Habel

Office Partner-in-Charge

Cincinnati, OH

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John F. Bennett


Cincinnati, OH

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Paul M. Ulrich


Cincinnati, OH

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Beth Schneider Naylor


Cincinnati, OH

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Richard L. Moore


Cincinnati, OH

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Gene F. Price


Louisville, KY

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Jennifer R. Asbrock


Cincinnati, OH

Louisville, KY

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