Continuing Legal Education

Tim_Theisen_MSBA_CLE_Faculty_sm-150x150With over twenty years of distinguished experience, Tim Theisen is a sought-after teacher for Continuing Legal Education classes for other attorneys. Here are some of his past and upcoming seminars.

Attorney Leadership Conference

The 2014 Attorney Leadership Conference provides opportunity to learn helpful networking techniques that actually work, while earning 3.0 CLE credits (2 are ethics). Identify the best ways to connect with potential clients and referral sources, maximize your networking opportunities, create more visibility for your practice, and learn how to better spend on your marketing and …

Bankruptcy/Debtor-Creditor Series: Lien Stripping in Chapter 13 Cases

January 14, 2013 Discussion of lien stripping of wholly unsecured mortgages in Chapter 13 cases, including a new proposed Local Rule, recent case law, proposed plan language and additional procedures related to lien stripping. In addition, the panel discussed issues involving the county recorders’ offices, e.g., recording the lien strip, requirements to effectuate removal of …

Coaching Lawyers for Professional Success

June 26, 2014 Minnesota CLE webcast In this presentation, two experienced attorney coaches, as well as individual and organizational clients, will describe the professional coaching process, when coaching has been used for success in law firms and companies, and how best to use to the process to enhance your own professional development and success as …

Fee Applications in Chapters 7, 11 and 13

Nuts and Bolts of Fee Applications in Chapters 7, 11 and 13 Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2015 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM Venue: Titanic Lounge / Kieran’s Irish Pub Minneapolis, MN United States Tim Theisen and three other veteran Minnesota practitioners will discuss how to prepare for and gain approval of bankruptcy fee applications in …

Lien Stripping in Chapter 13: Can It Be Done, and If So How?

February 16, 2010 Presentation before the Minnesota State Bar Association Bankruptcy section, along with panel members Tom Johnson and Lawrence Zielke.

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Personal Injury Action While Contemplating Bankruptcy

A discussion of the issues that arise when your client is either about to file a personal injury action, has filed a personal injury action, or recently settled a personal injury action and is contemplating bankruptcy. The discussion will include choice of exemption issues, timing issues, who controls pending litigation and the retention of a …

Practical Advice for clients facing bankruptcy and/or foreclosure

May 8, 2014 Anoka County Bar Association Tim Theisen, sole practitioner based in Anoka, MN presented on issues that arise frequently for clients facing financial distress. Mr. Theisen provided an overview of bankruptcy, current foreclosure trends, strategies for optimizing a client’s options after he or she has received a foreclosure notice, and explained what attorneys …

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The New Lawyer Experience MN CLE

Join us at the 2015 New Lawyer Experience featuring 25 sessions that teach you how to really practice law. Get practical advice from experienced lawyers in your field. Attend a free lunchtime session and register to win great prizes! At this intensive and fun 2-day event, you’ll receive expert, real-world advice from 45 top Minnesota …

The Worst of Both Worlds: When Bankruptcy and Divorce Collide

October 4, 2010 Presentation at the annual Minnesota Bankruptcy Institute. Special issues for married and divorced issues. A lively discussion of the asset, debt, income and ethical issues that arise when married, separated, or divorced debtors file bankruptcy separately or jointly, as well as selected pre- and post-divorce issues that can flare up when bankruptcy …

When Bankruptcy and Divorce Collide – Webcast

This seminar was reprised for live webcast twice, on January 31, 2011, and again on June 7, 2011.

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