April 17, 2019 – Kenny Nachwalter Shareholder Deborah S. Corbishley presents on April 17, 2019 at the Dade County Bar Association (DCBA) seminar “Civility, Stress or More Serious Issues? Practical Guidance for Lawyers Dealing with Stress or Distress” This CLE program and networking event will be held from 2pm – 7pm at 150 West Flagler Street, Suite 2200, Miami, FL 33130.
The DCBA half day seminar intends to provide more depth and guidance for lawyers and law firms dealing with stress, distress and impairment. The seminar is designed for individual lawyers and supervisors addressing these issues, and for people who support them in the practice.
2:00 pm – Registration/check in
2:15 pm – Introductions to the Panel and discussion on how to recognize and address the issues, without running afoul of the employment laws.
3:00 pm – How mental health issues relate to disciplinary cases and how the duty of supervision can lead to problems when the issue is not addressed.
4:00 pm – Guidance from a mental health counselor, mindfulness, and reimagining the practice of law (what might be reasonable accommodations?).
5:00 pm – How to restore civility when stress and distress have interfered with communications.
6:00 pm – Networking Reception
To register for the seminar click here
About Kenny Nachwalter, P.A.
Kenny Nachwalter, P.A. is a Business Litigation firm handling a wide range of complex business disputes in Florida and nationwide. Since 1978 Kenny Nachwalter, P.A. has enjoyed a national reputation for excellence in complex business and antitrust litigation. Kenny Nachwalter, P.A. is routinely retained in cases involving complicated economic and factual issues, multiple parties, multiple interrelated matters, and other substantive issues requiring superior legal scholarship and forensic skills. Firm lawyers have demonstrated expertise in a wide range of practice areas in the broad realm of Complex Business Litigation, including Antitrust, Securities, Legal Malpractice & Professional Liability, and Intellectual Property Litigation.