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3 MAY CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PRACTICE OF ANIMAL LAW Wednesday, May 2 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional Practice Moderator: David Cassuto, Professor of Law, Pace Law School Instructors: MarianneSullivan, Esq., Our Hen House Elinor Molbegott Esq., Law Office of Elinor Molbegott David Wolfson, Esq., Milbank Tweed This program will discuss hot topics in animal legislation; overview of the speech/first amendment issues including US vs. Stevens, Consumer Protection Law and AETA as well as current state of farmed animal law. DID WALMART KILL THE CLASS ACTION? A LOOK AT RULE 23 ISSUES FOLLOWING RECENT SUPREME COURT DECISIONS Wednesday, May 9 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2 transitional/non-transitional in Skills; .5 Practice Instructors: Jeffrey Norton, '97, Partner, Newman Ferrara LLP Robert Harwood, Esq., Sr. Managing Partner, Harwood Feffer LLP How to overcome/or oppose - rule 23 certification under current authority. Plaintiffs and Defense counsel will discuss rule 23 following the recent Supreme Court deci-sions. MAKING SENSE OF NONSENSE: SOME UNUSUAL REAL ESTATE CASES Thursday, May 17 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 Skills . 5 Practice Instructors: Randolph McLaughlin, Professor, Pace Law School-moderator Lucas Ferrara, Esq., Partner, Newman Ferrara LLP Glenn Spiegel, Esq., Newman Ferrara, LLP This class examines some of New York's most controversial real estate cases. The presenters - established litigators and practitioners in the real estate arena- will look at existing precedent and examine the procedural and substantive challenges posed by these decisions. Topics to be discussed (but not limited to): bedbugs, illegal evictions, unenforceable lease guarantees; unreasonable restraints on Alienation and you've got mail (an enforceable contract)! CLE Programs 2012

4 UPDATE OF THE LATEST, GREATEST LAND USE CASES Tuesday, May 22 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 Practice Instructors: Jessica Bacher, '03, Managing Director, Land Use Law Center Jennie Nolon, '08, MEM, LEED AP, Staff Attorney, Land Use Law Center John Nolon, Esq, Senior Counsel, Land Use Law Center This CLE will cover the principal cases decided by New York Courts in the past year and a half with an emphasis on decisions that determine the rules regarding project review and approval and the substantive land use powers of local governments. JUNE ATTORNEY ETHICS AND DISCIPLINARY UPDATE 2012 Cosponsored with Pace Law School Trial Advocacy and Moot Court Wednesday, June 6 6:00p.m.-8:30 pm Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional Ethics Instructors: Matthew Lee-Renert, Esq., Staff Counsel, Grievance Committee for the Ninth Judicial District Timothy Brennan, '80, Law Office of Timothy Brennan The program will address various ethical pitfalls and the potential disciplinary conse-quences for such. Perspectives will be provided from both disciplinary and defense counsel with practical advice for avoiding problems with clients and the disciplinary system. Cases from the past year will be used for illustrative examples. MAKING HOUSING ACCESSIBLE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Tuesday, June 12 6:00 p.m.-8:30 pm Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2 transitional/non-transitional Skills; .5 Practice Moderator: Marlene Zarfes, Fair Housing Director Instructors: John Herrion, '95, Director Disability Rights, NYS Division of Human Rights Diane Houk, Esq., Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady LLP Joshua Levin, '06, Director of Fair Housing, Westchester County Human Rights Com-mission Mel Tanzman, Executive Director, Westchester Disabled on the Move Federal, state and local law all require housing providers to provide reasonable accom-modations and reasonable modifications to permit persons with disabilities to enjoy full access to housing and related services. This program will cover the scope of the appli-cable law, give practical advice for securing needed accommodations and modifica-tions on behalf of a person with disabilities, and discuss litigation strategies when a needed accommodation is denied. . CLE Programs 2012