Discussion to include issues raised when Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens discovered its collection include objects stolen by the Nazis.
The 18th annual Honorable Ralph W. “Buddy” Nimmons Jr. Federal Practice Seminar is April 28, in-person at the Bryan Simpson U.S. Courthouse.
The seminar, scheduled each year in April, was canceled the month after the coronavirus pandemic began in 2020 and was virtual last year, said Jeremy Ches, president of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
This year’s presenters are subject matter experts on cryptocurrency and qualified immunity.
There also will be a discussion of the ethical, legal and historic issues raised when the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens learned its permanent collection included objects stolen by the Nazis in World War II.
U.S. Magistrate Judges Patricia Barksdale, Laura Lothman Lambert, Monte Richardson and Joel Toomey will discuss ways attorneys can elevate their practice in the federal court.
Four CLE credits, including one technology credit, are pending approval.
Visit tinyurl.com/mwztt7mx to register for the event.
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