Seminars & Events

Trenton L. Lowe to Present at NBI Seminar “Workplace Disputes” on 11.6.19

Trenton L. Lowe to present at the NBI Seminar “Workplace Disputes: From Administrative Review to Trial” on November 6, 2019. This comprehensive seminar, offering 6 hours CLE credit (including 1 hour ethics), will provide an in-depth look into various issues faced when handling employer and employee disputes including processes, procedures, and...

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Emily E. Lewis to Present at CLE International’s 27th Annual Utah Water Law Conference 10.07.2019

Emily E. Lewis will make a return appearance to present at CLE International’s 27th Annual Utah Water Law Conference on October 7, 2019. Join Ms. Lewis and other top water authorities at this year’s conference featuring an in-depth look into the Clean Water Rule and how it impacts Utah’s waters. Up to 7 hours MCLE or Real Estate credit available...

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Ted Cundick to Present at NBI Seminar “Collection Law From Start to Finish”

Attorney Ted Cundick will co-present at the NBI Seminar “Collection Law From Start to Finish” on June 24, 2019. This comprehensive seminar, offering 6 hours of CLE credit, will provide professionals with the legal framework to collect on consumer debt. A variety of topics will be discussed including the impact of bankruptcy on collections,...

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Emily Lewis and Shaunda McNeill to Present at NBI Seminar “Business Contracts in 10 Simple Steps”

Attorneys Emily E. Lewis and Shaunda L. McNeill will co-present at the NBI Seminar “Business Contracts in 10 Simple Steps” on June 18, 2019. This comprehensive seminar, offering 6 hours of CLE credit, will cover how to draft, review, and negotiate business contracts. A variety of topics will be discussed including compliance with Utah state and...

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ENREL Brown Bag Luncheon 2019 Water Law Legislative Preview

Please join Steven E. Clyde and Emily E. Lewis at the offices of Clyde Snow & Sessions on January 24, 2019 for a 2019 Water Law Legislative Preview. Addressing several key issues raised in the 2018 General Legislative Session, the 2019 General Legislative Session offers several proposed bills of note to the water law community. Many of these...

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