Phil Mancini to speak at Sugarloaf

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MTLA Sugarloaf CLE

February 28

The Rack, 4-6 PM

5016 Access Road, Carrabassett

 

Come Join Us — Ski and CLE!

Join us for this fun CLE which combines the slopes with some   great legal issues. The CLE will be held Friday, Feb. 28 at The Rack in Carrabassett from 4-6PM. The event   will have a cash bar as well as some light appetizers. The event is designed   to allow you to get your skiing done on Friday or Saturday (or both days),   earn 2 hours of credit, and still make dinner Friday evening in the Sugarloaf   area with your family. 

 

Program

 We have a great program with both general and winter-related topics: 

       

    • Medicare Liens and Administrative Judge        Hearings, Michael        Welch, Hardy, Wolf & Downing

— Mike will discuss his experiences with cases where a Medicare lien might devour all or a significant portion of the insurance proceeds, including the use of an administrative judge hearing to waive the lien based on financial hardship where recovery against the Beneficiary who is without fault would be against equity and good conscience.

    • Snowmobile cases — a 2-Up Presentation, Mark Franco, Thompson and Bowie, and Dan Kagan,        Berman & Simmons

— Mark and Dan will present defense and plaintiff perspectives and tips        on how to handle snowmobile related cases. Hear from both sides of the courtroom about these difficult cases!

    • What to Do When the Pipes Burst, Phil Mancini, Drummond & Drummond

— Phil will take you through the ins-and-outs of water damage claims, including dealing with condo boards and leakage        exclusions. 

Register online today!

 

 Pricing — It pays to Ski and Learn!

  

$135 — CLE and All-Day   Friday Lift Ticket ($10 savings on CLE!)

$135 — CLE and All-Day   Saturday Lift Ticket ($10 savings on CLE!) 

$175 — CLE and Two-Day   Lift Ticket ($20 savings on CLE!)

Additional Lift Tickets   for Family or Friends — $50 One-Day, $100 Two-Day

$95 -CLE Only

 

Register online today!

 

This   program proves 2.0 hours of continuing education credit.