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2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law eConference

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2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law eConference
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The Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar brings together members of the judiciary, regulatory, and academic communities to engage with practitioners about the latest legislative and case law updates, rule changes, and other timely topics.
 
2022 highlights include:
  • Updates on significant administrative law cases and legislative activity during the last year, Texas Open Meetings Act, and new changes at SOAH.
  • Tips and strategies on improving your legal writing, working with expert witnesses, managing information technology risks, and dealing with difficult people.
  • The always-popular, unscripted round-robin discussion during the Judicial Panel, including a Q&A for attendees.
  • 3.00 hours of ethics, including presentations on Ethics and the Agency Lawyer: Conflicts, Fiduciary Duty, and Confidential InformationBoard of Disciplinary Appeals, and Ethics as an Elected Official and an Attorney.

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides No Materials

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 11.50 | 3.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 10/31/2023

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1. Case Law Update: Part I (Oct 2022)

Matthew Arth, Carrie Collier-Brown

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Case Law Update: Part I (Oct 2022)

Examine significant administrative law cases issued during the last year.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Matthew Arth, Locke Lord LLP - Austin, TX
Carrie Collier-Brown, Locke Lord LLP - Austin, TX

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2. Texas Public Information Act and Texas Open Meetings Act (Oct 2022)

Brian O'Reilly, Lori Fixley Winland

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Texas Public Information Act and Texas Open Meetings Act (Oct 2022)

Hear the latest legal developments and gain practice tips.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Brian O'Reilly, Locke Lord LLP - Austin, TX
Lori Fixley Winland, Ogletree Deakins - Oklahoma, OK

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3. The Roots of the APA and How They Grew (Oct 2022)

Linda B. Secord, Sara J. Ferris

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The Roots of the APA and How They Grew (Oct 2022)

When the APA was passed in 1975, it rested upon well-established, fundamental principles and practices.  Explore several of those principles and practices embedded in the APA with attention to how they have stood the test of time.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Linda B. Secord, Office of the Attorney General - Austin, TX
Sara J. Ferris, Office of the Attorney General - Austin, TX

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4. SOAH Update (Oct 2022)

Hon. Kristofer S. Monson

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SOAH Update (Oct 2022)

The State Office of Administrative Hearings has adopted an entirely new system for tracking and setting cases. Learn about our new docketing and case-assignment procedures, and how they will allow SOAH to provide high-quality hearings services to Texans.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Hon. Kristofer S. Monson, State Office of Administrative Hearings - Austin, TX

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5. How Smart People Deal with Difficult People (Oct 2022)

DeDe Church

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How Smart People Deal with Difficult People (Oct 2022)

In these polarizing times, we must rely on intelligence when interacting with difficult others. We'll discuss the science behind avoiding contempt, recognizing motive attribution asymmetry, and learning to coexist with disagreement so that we can behave ethically—even when we don't feel like it.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

DeDe Church, DeDe Church & Associates, LLC - Austin, TX

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6. Making and Responding to Objections at SOAH (Oct 2022)

Brad Anderson, Susan Dillon Ayers

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Making and Responding to Objections at SOAH (Oct 2022)

This presentation discusses the role of objections at final merits hearings at SOAH or at trial. Learn how to play offense and defense, and how to preserve error.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Brad Anderson, Jackson Walker LLP - Austin, TX
Susan Dillon Ayers, Jackson Walker LLP - Austin, TX

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7. “I Can Still Work After I Get Out, Right?” Licensed Professionals in Texas Before and After A Criminal Case  (Oct 2022)

Joseph T. Marcee, Jon Eugene Porter Jr., Trevor Theilen

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“I Can Still Work After I Get Out, Right?” Licensed Professionals in Texas Before and After A Criminal Case  (Oct 2022)

Occ. Code Chapter 53 empowers state agencies to deny or revoke occupational licenses based on criminal history, but that power is limited in crucial ways. Explore how to advise criminal defendants about licensing consequences before they plea in a criminal case and explore the options available after a conviction or a deferred adjudication.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Joseph T. Marcee, Law Office of Joseph T. Marcee - Georgetown, TX
Jon Eugene Porter Jr., McDonald, Mackay, Porter & Weitz, LLP - Austin, TX
Trevor Theilen, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Austin, TX

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8. Judicial Panel (Oct 2022)

Hon. Rachelle Nicolette Robles, Hon. Jessica L. Mangrum, Hon. Edward Smith, Hon. Evan A. Young

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Judicial Panel (Oct 2022)

Engage in an unscripted round-robin discussion, with time for questions from the audience. Please submit your questions in advance to ConferenceQA@utcle.org.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Hon. Rachelle Nicolette Robles, State Office of Administrative Hearings - Austin, TX
Hon. Jessica L. Mangrum, 200th Civil District Court - Austin, TX
Hon. Edward Smith, Third Court of Appeals - Austin, TX
Hon. Evan A. Young, Supreme Court of Texas - Austin, TX

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9. Ethics and the Agency Lawyer: Conflicts, Fiduciary Duty, and Confidential Information (Oct 2022)

Claude E. Ducloux, Franklin Hopkins

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Ethics and the Agency Lawyer: Conflicts, Fiduciary Duty, and Confidential Information (Oct 2022)

A brief refresher and update on these ethical areas, including a discussion of typical scenarios faced by agency professionals.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Claude E. Ducloux, Attorney at Law - Austin, TX
Franklin Hopkins, Germer Beaman & Brown PLLC - Austin, TX

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10. Case Law Update: Part II (Oct 2022)

Matthew Arth, Carrie Collier-Brown

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Case Law Update: Part II (Oct 2022)

Examine significant administrative law cases issued during the last year.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Matthew Arth, Locke Lord LLP - Austin, TX
Carrie Collier-Brown, Locke Lord LLP - Austin, TX

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11. Readable Legal Writing (Oct 2022)

Wayne Schiess

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Readable Legal Writing (Oct 2022)

Creating readable legal writing requires several techniques: accessible format, clear organization, manageable sentences, and correct mechanics. This presentation addresses each of those briefly, offering current recommendations and best practices.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Wayne Schiess, The University of Texas School of Law - Austin, TX

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12. Tips and Strategies for Working with Expert Witnesses (Oct 2022)

Hon. Kristofer S. Monson, Antonio A. Cobos, Norman J. Gordon, Jessica Hurtado

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Tips and Strategies for Working with Expert Witnesses (Oct 2022)

Hear insight and gain practical tips on expert witness selection, preparation, and strategical concerns, as well as discovery and cross-examination. Explore the role of expert witnesses in pursuing enforcement actions, including a look at the developing technology in the post-COVID landscape.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Hon. Kristofer S. Monson, State Office of Administrative Hearings - Austin, TX
Antonio A. Cobos, Sharp & Cobos - Austin, TX
Norman J. Gordon, Attorney and Counselor at Law - El Paso, TX
Jessica Hurtado, Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation - Austin, TX

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13. Privacy and Security Roundtable (Oct 2022)

Adrian P. Senyszyn, Cathy Bryant, Ray Mitchell, Cory Wallace

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Privacy and Security Roundtable (Oct 2022)

Join Information Technology and Risk Management experts to discuss risks, strategies and ethics in today’s legal environment.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Adrian P. Senyszyn, Germer PLLC - San Antonio, TX
Cathy Bryant, Texas Medical Liability Trust - Austin, TX
Ray Mitchell, Sigma Information Group, Inc - Austin, TX
Cory Wallace, Sigma Information Group, Inc. - Austin, TX

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14. Agency Spotlight: Texas Department of Public Safety (Oct 2022)

Valerina Walters

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Agency Spotlight: Texas Department of Public Safety (Oct 2022)

Exploring the various regulatory programs within the Department of Public Safety. 

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Valerina Walters, Texas Department of Public Safety - Austin, TX

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15. Board of Disciplinary Appeals (Oct 2022)

Michael C. Gross

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Board of Disciplinary Appeals (Oct 2022)

An overview of BODA and suggestions for how to avoid grievances.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Michael C. Gross, Gross & Esparza, P.L.L.C. - San Antonio, TX

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16. Ethics as an Elected Official and an Attorney (Oct 2022)

Anne Temple Peters, Kirk Watson

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Ethics as an Elected Official and an Attorney (Oct 2022)

Two practitioners, from different types of practice, but with the same ultimate message, talk about how to technically do what's right and how and why to just do right.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Anne Temple Peters, Texas Legislative Counsel - Austin, TX
Kirk Watson, Austin, TX