On Thursday, May 27, 2021, commercial litigator Jennifer L. Braster will make a special presentation for the continuing education of Nevada lawyers during the Clark County Bar Luncheon sponsored by Bank of Nevada, Dillon Health, and Prominence Health Plan.
Jennifer is a founding partner at Naylor & Braster, a commercial litigation firm in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jennifer routinely practices in both the federal and state courts in Nevada and in the areas of commercial litigation, business transactions, consumer finance, and appellate law. In addition to her commercial litigation practice, as an avid animal lover, Jennifer has also represented clients in a variety of animal law and civil rights matters.
Jennifer will present “What You Need to Know When Starting Your Own Firm” for the Clark County Bar during the lunch time event. Navigating the management of a small firm can be overwhelming. In this CLE presentation, she will address issues to consider, such as:
- Ethics regarding clients coming over from your prior firm
- Options for technology – cloud vs. server, support, phone systems
- Insurance needs
- Location-options for physical location and remote practice
- Employee needs – employees vs. contractors
- Marketing and public relations
The presentation will offer .5 Ethics and .5 General CLE Credits to CCBA members only. Pricing of the event and the CLE is included with the 2021 CCBA membership.
The Clark County Bar Luncheon will be held via video conference. The planned agenda will be as follows:
- Introductions & Bar Business: 12:00 to 12:10 pm
- Speaker CLE Presentation: 12:10 to 1:10 pm
- Questions & Closing: 1:10 to 1:15 pm
This event is for CCBA members only. CCBA membership will be verified upon RSVP. During the event, attendance will be taken and only those members in attendance will have their attendance reported to the NV CLE Board.
For more information and to RSVP for this event, contact Donna Wiessner at Donnaw@clarkcountybar.org, (702) 387-6011.
This event is for CCBA members only.
RSVP by 5/26/2021:
About this article
This article was originally published in the “Law Practice Management” issue of Communiqué, the official publication of the Clark County Bar Association, (May 2021). See https://clarkcountybar.org/about/member-benefits/communique-2021/communique-may-2021/.
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