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Annual CLE Seminar – 2022

November 16, 2022 7:00 am EST Hybrid Event

Please join us for Frost Brown Todd’s annual Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminar on November 16. Our guests will be eligible to earn a total of 4.0 hours of CLE credit, including at least one hour of professional conduct, along with other timely and valuable topics. We are also excited to have Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy as our keynote speaker on professional conduct. See seminar agenda below for more information about this year’s topics.

The morning and afternoon sessions are being offered both in-person and virtually. For those attending in-person, breakfast will be provided 30 minutes prior to the start of the morning session, and lunch will be provided 30 minutes prior to the afternoon session. Note: Guests have the option to select either the morning or afternoon session.

Breakfast & Morning Session
7:00 am — 12:00 pm EST

Lunch & Afternoon Session
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST


Seminar Programming

Leveraging Intellectual Property to Protect Your Innovations — IP Tools & Tips.
Presenters: Julie McConihay, Matt Delaney
Leveraging the U.S. Immigration System and International Talent to Address Skills Gaps and Labor Shortages
Presenter: David Janklow
Have Suppliers Traded in for a New Model? Alternatives to Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the Post-COVID Era
Presenter: A.J. Webb
What’s My ESG Score or What’s ESG? The Current State of Environmental, Social and Governance Issues
Presenters: Chris Kahn, Chris Habel
Right to Repair: 2022 Legislative and Regulatory Landscape
Presenter: Jake Bischoff
Recent Federal Enactments, Proposals and Guidance on Cybersecurity
Presenters: Bob Dibert, Mike Nitardy, Gene Price
*Keynote: Professional Conduct with Ohio Supreme Court Justice Sharon Kennedy


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Jacob E. Bischoff


Cincinnati, OH

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Matthew D. Delaney


Cincinnati, OH

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Robert W. Dibert


Louisville, KY

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Christopher S. Habel

Office Partner-in-Charge

Cincinnati, OH

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David Janklow


Columbus, OH

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Chris Kim Kahn


Cincinnati, OH

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Gene F. Price


Louisville, KY

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A.J. Webb

Practice Group Leader

Cincinnati, OH

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