Please note: While this resource is well
worth reading in its entirely, if you intend to print a personal use copy
to bring to the live Conference, keep in mind that this publication is 269
pages. If you wish to print only part, we suggest printing pages 4-5,
10-12, 15-30 [these page references are to the pdf pages, for ease of use
with your printer, and do not correspond to the page numbers in the
original printed text].
NOTE: For Conference attendees seeking CLE credit, please download each of these files as your CLE materials.
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