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Creating and Managing an Employee Dispute Resolution Plan: November launches a 4-part series for lawyers and mediators. Each session offers CLE and CME credit. Topics include creating and managing employee dispute resolution plans, collaborative law, ethics, and DR in health care settings.

Creating and Managing an Employee Dispute Resolution Plan
CME Credit: 1 General
CLE Credit: 1 General

Dispute Resolution in Health Care Settings
CME Credit: 1 General
CLE Credit: 1 General

Proposed Collaborative Law Rule for Family Law Mediators
CME Credit: 1 General Family Law
CLE Credit: 1 General 

Interaction Between Mediators and Lawyers
CME Credit: 1.5 General
CLE Credit: 1.5 General

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VA Benefits: Service and Non-Services Connected Disability: With this 3-part series attorneys will become familiar with the Department of Veterans Affairs system and the types of claims commonly requiring attorney assistance. VA-accredited attorneys will earn three hours of CLE credit in VA benefits.

1) VA Benefits: Service and Non-Services Connected Disability

2) VA Benefits: The Veterans’ Dependents

3) VA Benefits: Claims, Accreditation, and Appeals

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Faculty Spotlight: Nina Kumar

Nina Kumar practices in the Banking and Real Estate practice group with a focus on representing business clients in commercial transactions, real estate, bond finance, bank lending, acquisitions, and dispositions. She is an associate in the Firm’s Healthcare Section, representing hospitals, physician practices and other healthcare providers in corporate, regulatory and compliance matters, medical staff concerns, physician practice formations, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, and contract negotiations.

Nina previously served as a law clerk to Judge Holly M. Kirby on the Tennessee Court of Appeals. She is a member of the Tennessee and Nashville Bar Associations, the Lawyers Association for Women and the American Health Lawyers Association.