IADC’s 54th ANNUAL MEETINGSept 21-22 ▪ Shore Lodge in McCall
▪ Effective Courtroom Practices & Methods ▪ Rapid-fire Decision Review ▪ ▪ Ethics ▪ Appellate Panel Discussion ▪ Shifting Sands of Legal Practice ▪ ▪ Impact of Metrics on Law Firms ▪golf tournament, BBQ dinner, networking & more!
S C H E D U L E O F E V E N T S
Friday, Sept. 21
Kick-off Lunch & Vinous SaluteAnnual group photo by the fireplace at 1:15PM.
Effective Courtroom Practices & Methods (1.0 CLE Hour)*What it is like to be a District Court Judge in Ada County (caseloads, scheduling, etc) and how to impress the judges with your arguments. Presented by Judge Steven Hippler, Idaho Fourth Judicial District Court, & Keely Duke, Duke Scanlan Hall, PLLC-Boise
Rapid-fire Decision Reviews (1.0 CLE Hour)*
A fast-paced presentation on legal topics that impact the defense of our clients. Coordinated by Matthew L. Walters, Elam & Burke-Boise
*An application requesting 3.0 CLE credits (with 1.0 in Ethics) for the underlined activities above has been sent to the Idaho State Bar.
Saturday, Sept. 22
So You Want To Be An Appellate Attorney…..Good, Maybe We Can Help! (1.0 CLE Hour)*Impressions from the bench and counsel on the do’s and don’ts of preparing appellate briefs and presenting appellate oral arguments. Presented by Justice Robyn Brody, Idaho Supreme Court; Judge N. Randy Smith, U.S. Court of Appeals-Ninth Circuit; and Jeffrey Thomson, Elam & Burke-Boise
The Rapidly Shifting Sands of Law Practice: Don’t Be Left Behind (1.0 CLE Hour)* John will provide a wide ranging and practical view of defense law practice including changes to date, changes in the works, and changes to come. He will provide ideas for how smart law firms can understand, embrace, and harness change; touch on subjects such as competition, fee arrangements, strategic planning, succession planning, and social media; and, address how to engage and retain young lawyers. Presented by John C. Trimble, Lewis Wagner-Indiana
What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You: Understanding Insurance Company Metrics (1.0 CLE Hour)* Your ability to keep and grow a defense practice, and your ability to get fee increases, is being decided by “metrics.” This fast-paced presenta-tion will help you learn about key metrics and how to track and improve your metrics so that you can survive and thrive. Presented by John C. Trimble, Lewis Wagner-Indiana
IADC Golf Tournament - Check-in by 11:45AM; shotgun start at 12:15PM. Tournament coordinator: Tyler J. Anderson, Hawley Troxell-Boise
*An application requesting 3.0 CLE credits for the underlined
activities above has been sent to the Idaho State Bar.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKERS
Brad Andrews was selected Bar Counsel of the Idaho State Bar in March 2003. He is general counsel to the Board of Commissioners and chief disciplinary counsel. Prior to his service as Bar Counsel, Mr. Andrews was a partner with Jones, Gledhill, Hess, Andrews, Fuhrman, Bradbury & Eiden in Boise. His practice emphasized civil litigation and business transactions. Before entering private practice, Brad was an Idaho Deputy Attorney General and clerked for United States District Judge Harold L. Ryan.
Justice Robyn Brody practiced law for nearly 20 years until her election to the Idaho Supreme Court in November of 2016. After graduating from the University of Denver with a law degree and a master’s degree in international business, she moved to Twin Falls and joined the law firm of Hepworth, Lezamiz & Hohnhorst. She later started her own law firm in Rupert.
Enjoy your Saturday afternoon in McCall by spending time with your colleagues on Whitetail Club’s award-winning golf course. It’s one of Golfweek’s Best Resort Courses for 2016 and one of America’s 100 Greatest Courses according to Golf Digest.
Pre-register now ($110 green/tournament fee). Check-in is at 11:45AM with shotgun start at 12:15PM. Tournament prizes will be presented during the lake cruise.
Call 800.657.6464 & ask for IADC’s room block.
IADC has arranged for several luxury rooms to be available at a special group rate. That rate is only guaranteed until August 18. Per Shore Lodge reservation policy: Rate does not include sales/lodging tax or nightly resort fee. If the reservation is canceled outside of their 15-day cancellation policy, there will be no cancellation fee. If the reservation is canceled inside of the 15-day cancellation policy, you will be charged the first night’s lodging.
NOTE: Check-in time is 3PM; check-out time is noon.
Appointments at The Cove are becoming more difficult to get. So, we have reserved several appointment times on Friday and Saturday for our group.
If you’d like to book one, contact The Cove at email@example.com or 208.630.0280 and let them know you’re with IADC. Unbooked appointment times will be released to the public on August 20.
SATURDAY NIGHT RECEPTION
& BBQ DINNER
Our lake cruise was cancelled but the fun will go on! We’ve arranged for a reception and relaxing outdoor barbecue dinner on the scenic Golf Course Patio at Whitetail. KOSH will provide live music. Patio heaters to be provided. Please bring a sweater or jacket for your comfort.
The golf course is approximately five minutes from Shore Lodge. A shuttle will provide convenient transportation to/from the dinner or you’re welcome to drive yourself over.
With special thanks to sponsors:
Welcome to our exhibitors:
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