Presentations

The following is a list of some of the public presentations given by KKLL attorneys over the past few years.

Business, Corporate, & Estate Law

“The Ever-Changing Affordable Care Act Tax, Compliance, Financial Updates and Considerations – For Now!”

presented by Judith A. Griffith, Esquire, Jeff A. Groff, CPA, Ross Buehler Falk & Company, LLP and Matt Pfeiffenberger, Murray Securus

 

“Private Company Ownership Transition to Next Generation – Split Dollar Life Insurance Options,”

for KKAL client, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Private Company Ownership Transition to Next Generation – Conversion of Common Stock to Dividend Paying Preferred Stock,”

for KKAL client, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Private Company Ownership Transition to Next Generation – GRATs, Dynasty Trusts, and other Options – Succession Steps That Minimize Tax,”

for KKAL client, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“How to be a Smart and Poweful Giver,”

for the Lancaster County Council of Churches, Rhonda F. Lord with Lita Pelko of Rodgers & Associates and Nikki Shingle of Mennonite Foundation

 

“Business Succession and Estate Planning,”

for the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Rhonda F. Lord with Michael Maletteri of The Lancaster Financial Group – Mass Mutual, Tim Kerschner of Walz Deihm Geisenberger Bucklen & Tennis, PC, Chris White of PNC Financial Services Group and Richard Wolman of Compass Real Estate LLC

Construction Law

“Fundamentals of Construction Contracts: Understanding the Issues,”

for Lorman Education Services seminar, Howard L. Kelin with other presenters

Education Law

“Effective Real Estate Tax Collection/Managing Tax Collectors,”

for PASBO, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Reassessment Year Real Estate Tax Calculations,”

for Intermediate Unit 13 School Business Officials, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Tax Collection: What To Do Now That Your Officials Have Been Elected,”

for PASBO, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Legal Issues Facing School Business Officials,”

for PASBO, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Right-to-Know Law: Your Duties, Common Issues, and Practical Pointers – Solicitor and OOR Perspective,”

for PASBO, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Lower Merion School District Court Decision Ordering Reduction of Taxes – Budget Development Strategies for Pennsylvania School Districts,”

for PASBO, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“School District Adventure Into New Investments Under Act 10,”

for Intermediate Unit 13 School Business Officials, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“Tax Collector Compensation and Best Practices for Working with Tax Collectors,”

for PASBO, Clarence C. Kegel, Jr.

 

“School District Labor Negotiations: Best Practices,”

for KKAL Labor and Employment Law Seminar, Jeffrey D. Litts and Stephen S. Russell

 

“The ACA and Health Care Issues for the Bargaining Table: Impact and Planning,”

for PASBO annual conference, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Confidentiality and Social Networking,”

for Southeastern School District, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Tips for Effective Investigations,”

for Lancaster-Lebanon School Business Officials, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Tax Assessment and Tax Exemption Appeals: Critical to District Revenues,”

for PASBO annual conference, Howard L. Kelin

 

“Overview of Legal Issues Impacting School Boards,”

for Middletown Area School District, Howard L. Kelin

 

“What Every Board Secretary Needs to Know about the Public School District, Ethics Act, Sunshine Act and RTK Law,”

for PASA-PSBA Leadership conference, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“When Teachers Fail or Need Improvement: Effective Improvement Strategies and What to do if Performance Does Not Improve,”

for Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Demystifying Performance Documentation,”

for Eastern Lancaster County School District, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“PDE’s New Teacher Evaluation Form,”

for KKAL School Law Breakfast Forum, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“What Every School Solicitor Needs to Know About PPACA’s Play or Pay Rules and 40% Excise Tax,”

for PSBA School Solicitors’ Symposium, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Tax Assessment And Tax Exemption Appeals:  Critical to District Revenues,”

for KKAL School Law Breakfast Forum, Howard L. Kelin

 

“When School District Employees Get Hurt:  What School Districts Need to Know About Workers’ Compensation,”

for KKAL Labor & Employment Seminar, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Tax Assessment and Tax Exemption Appeals:  Critical to District Revenues,”

for PASBO Webinar, Howard L. Kelin and Kim Seldomridge, Director of Administrative Services (Conestoga Valley School District)

 

“The Times They Are A-Changing:  The Patient Protection Affordable Care Act Implementation Strategies for School Districts to Prepare for 2013 and Beyond,”

for Red Lion Area School District, Jeffrey D. Litts; for Lincoln Benefit Trust, Jeffrey D. Litts with Robert M. Glus of Conrad Siegel Actuaries; for Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit #13, Jeffrey D. Litts with Timothy J. Shrom, PRSBA of Solanco School District

 

“Doing More in HR with Fewer HR People” and “Cost Containment Through HR Audits,”

for Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13, Howard L. Kelin

 

“Background Checks for School Employees,”

for PASBO Webinar, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Social Media and Public Schools:  What’s all the Twitter About?”

for Berks County Intermediate Unit #22, Howard L. Kelin and Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“The Times They are A-Changing, New Pennsylvania Legal Requirements for Professional Staff Evaluations,”

for Bucks County School Administrators Association’s Legal Breakfast Program, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Evaluation of Professional Staff – A Legal Primer,”

for Lancaster County Career and Technology Center, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Sex, Drugs and Rock-And-Roll:  Investigating Misconduct of School Employees,”

for KKAL Labor & Employment Seminar, Howard L. Kelin, Jeffrey D. Litts and Ellen C. Pollack, Asst, Superintendent (Penn Manor School District)

 

“Fostering Student Achievement by Addressing Personnel Concerns Without Losing Your Mind,”

for Cocalico School District, Howard L. Kelin

 

“The Times They Are A-Changing:  New Pennsylvania Legal Requirements on Contracts for Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents, and Professional Staff Evaluations,”

for KKAL School Law Breakfast Forum, Howard L. Kelin and Jeffrey D. Litts, Dr. Michael Leichliter, Superintendent of Schools (Penn Manor School District) and Susan Baldrige, Lancaster Newspapers, Inc. (former Penn Manor School District teacher)

 

“Addressing Personnel Concerns Without Losing Your Mind,”

for Bucks County School Administrators Association, for Carbon-Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21. Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly on Social Networking,”

for Middletown Area School District, Jeffrey D. Litts; for Cocalico School District, Jeffrey D. Litts; for PASBO Transportation Conference, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“School Law and Legal Issues Affecting School Administrators and Supervisors,”

for Donegal School District, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Digital Age Guidelines for Schools,”

for Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Nuts and Bolts for School Districts to Limit Unemployment Compensation Claims,”

for the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials (PASBO) Webinar, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“Social Media: What’s All the Twitter About?,”

for the Carbon-Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21 Superintendent’s Conference, Jeffrey D. Litts

 

“School Law – Case Study of School District Furloughs,”

for KKAL Labor & Employment Seminar, Jeffrey D. Litts and Howard L. Kelin

 

“Fair Labor Standards Act Compliance Issues for Public School Entities,”

for Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 District HR Exchange Retreat, Jeffrey D. Litts

Labor and Employment Law

“Wage and Hour: Compliance, Audits and Litigation – The Good, the Bad and the Really Ugly,”

for KKAL Labor and Employment Law Seminar, Howard L. Kelin

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