On February 19-21, 2019, Mark presented content with Steve Adler, Administrative Law Judge (retired), Carlsbad, California, for the Council on Licensure, Enforcement, and Regulation (CLEAR) for its National Certified Investigator and Inspector Training. 


It was hosted at the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services, Lexington, Kentucky.  CLEAR is headquartered in Nicholasville, Kentucky, and is the premier international resource for professional regulation stakeholders.  Mark joins the faculty of CLEAR as an instructor.

In February 2018, Mark earned a renewed Kentucky Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education Award for having 20 hours of credit during the 2016-2017 educational year, a year in which he also held a valid, unexpired continuing legal education award and having earned another 20 credits between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018.  In granting the recognition, Mary E. Cutter, Director for Continuing Legal Education writes:  “Congratulations again on your efforts to improve the legal profession through continuing education.”

​Mark R. Brengelman, Chair, Health Law Section of the Kentucky Bar Association, introduced Professor Nicole Huberfeld to speak on the Affordable Care Act Update at the 2018 Kentucky Bar Association Annual Convention and Continuing Legal Education in Lexington, Kentucky, on June 15, 2018.  Professor Huberfeld is a Professor of Health Law, Ethics, and Human Rights and a Professor of Law at Boston University.

2019 News

Mark R. Brengelman was the guest of Mary Alice Olsan, Vice President, Certemy INC. - fireside chat.


On April 21, 2020, Mark R. Brengelman was the guest of Mary Alice Olsan, Vice President, Certemy INC., for a half-hour fireside chat titled “A New Frontier:  Regulation in the Time of COVID-19.”  Mark and Mary Alice discuss how the regulatory community is adjusting to COVID-19 including discovering how the regulatory landscape is already changing due to the challenges created by COVID-19.  You may view the Fireside chat to gain perspective from our two decades’ experience in the regulatory community. See link below.  Topics covered included:

•           How can regulators continue to protect the public while providing the greatest flexibility to practitioners?
•           Will this crisis result in less restrictive regulations in the long-term?
•           What types of statute and administrative regulation or rule changes are the most impactful?
•           Should regulators prioritize disciplinary cases differently during this pandemic?

 
A New Frontier:  Regulation in the Time of COVID-19 with Mark R. Brengelman and May Alice Olsan

Mark R. Brengelman Co-presented "Kentucky's Independent Licensing Boards: Antitrust, KRS 13B, and Due Process with Attorneys Carole D. Christian of Louisville and Gordon Slone of Frankfort

On April 3, 2019, Mark presented in-house training and continuing education covering “Disposition of Records and Records Retention for Medical Records, including Electronic Records.”  The Counseling Center employs psychologists and social workers who are dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of college students and others at the University of Kentucky.

Mark R. Brengelman Introduces Prof. Huberfeld to Speak at the Kentucky Bar Association 2018 Annual Convention

2018 News

​​Mark R. Brengelman, Frankfort, and Christine L. Stanley, Lexington, presented a CLE for the Kentucky Law Update in Bowling Green, Kentucky, on August 24, 2018:  “Hot Topics in Kentucky HealthCare Law.”  This CLE was sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division of the Kentucky Bar Association, and Mark appeared on behalf of the Health Law Section as its Chair.

Mark R. Brengelman presents more continuing legal education at the 2019 FARB Forum

Mark R. Brengelman Quoted in ENA Connection Magazine

On July 31, 2018 Amanda J. Goggin, a 3rd year law student at the University of Kentucky, College of Law, completed the first summer internship program at Mark R. Brengelman, Attorney at Law, PLLC.  Amanda served as the Chief Summer Law Clerk and Supervising Summer Intern for the summer 2018 internship period.  Originally from Danville, Kentucky, she graduated from the University of Kentucky where she majored in Agriculture Economics and minored in Business and Animal Science, then spent a gap year between her undergraduate education and legal education and moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  Amanda has previously interned for state government in the Office of Policy and Audit in the Finance and Administration Cabinet and for Apollo Law PLLC, Frankfort, Kentucky.


April 2020 update:  Amanda passed the Virginia Bar Examination and is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia effective April 17, 2020, having achieved the required score on the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination and having met all other requirements for admission to the Virginia Bar.  Congratulations, counselor!


Mark R. Brengelman was featured on the March 6, 2020, podcast “OrthoClips Podcast Series” by Saqib Rehman, M.D., Temple University, on the topic “The Use of Electronic Media in Healthcare – How to Stay Out of Trouble.”


The OrthoClips podcast is focused on education for orthopaedic residents and surgeons.  Interviews with the experts and didactic presentations by the experts put you into the heads of leading surgeons in orthopaedic surgery.  Here you can get your pearls, tips, tricks, and pitfalls for the conditions you need to know about.  All these recordings as well as narrated, video lecture presentations are at OrthoClips.com

You may listen to Mark’s interview for this podcast at this link.

2020 News

In partnership with Tricia L. Shackleford, Attorney at Law, Lexington, Kentucky, Mark and Tricia have authored and will present the topic “Privacy, Technology, Security: The Internet of Things in a Smart Device World” at the 2019 Kentucky Bar Association Annual Convention on June 12, 2019.  This presentation acknowledges we live among the growing Internet of Things.  Technology is close to our bodies -- smartphones in our pockets, smartwatches on our wrists, and smartglasses on our faces.  This seminar reviews privacy concerns about data security and uses in civil, criminal, and family law and in the healthcare industry.  The KBA annual convention has several thousand attorneys attend three days of continuing legal education with nationally recognized attorneys and acclaimed authors in the legal field.

In March 2019, Mark earned a renewed Kentucky Bar Association,

Continuing Legal Education Award for having 60 hours of credit within

a period of three or fewer educational years, a year in which he also

held a valid, unexpired continuing legal education award, and having

earned another 20 credits between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.

 In granting the recognition, Mary E. Cutter, Director for Continuing Legal

]Education writes:  “Congratulations again on your efforts to improve the

legal profession through continuing education.”

Mark R. Brengelman conducts in-house training and continuing education for the University of Kentucky Counseling Center, Consultation and Psychological Services, Lexington, Kentucky.

On September 13-14, 2018, Mark attended the 2018 University of Kentucky, Health Law Institute, continuing legal education in Lexington, Kentucky.  He also co-presented “Kentucky’s Independent Licensing Boards:  Antitrust, KRS 13B, and Due Process” with attorneys Carole D. Christian, Louisville, and Gordon Slone, Frankfort.  Comments about the entire CLE event included:  “Great job on the CLE!  I thoroughly enjoyed the entire seminar and thought all the topics were timely.  You have a great presentation style and I look forward to opportunities to present together.” “[E]xcellent program in a beautiful state;” [E]xactly what a CLE program should be.  A great lineup of topics, a stellar faculty, and a diverse and engaged audience;” “I was very impressed with the quality of the presenters and their presentations.  Well done!” “All of the Kentucky speakers were very impressive.” “Another outstanding health law offering from UKCLE!

Mark R. Brengelman Presented "Ethics in an Administrative Law Setting" Continuing Legal Education Seminar at the Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards 2017 Law Seminar

Mark R. Brengelman joins the faculty of the Council on Licensure, Enforcement, and Regulation.

Mark was quoted in the May 2019 edition of the Emergency Nurses Association ENA Connection magazine regarding health care privacy in an article titled “Body cameras bring complicated legal issues into ED.”  The Emergency Nurses Association is the premier national organization that captures and celebrates the voice of the emergency nursing community.  A link to the article is below:


​ENA Connection, Vol. 43, Issue 5, May 2019

Mark R. Brengelman Earns Award from the Kentucky Bar Association for Obtaining 20 Hours of Continuing Legal Education


On April 24, 2020, Mark was recognized by GRC Educators, an on-line training hub and division of Axons Technology and Solutions, for his two years’ success as a webinar trainer and presenter for GRC Educators. 


Mark was granted the Most Valuable Speaker and Expert Presenter status with GRC Educators. 


“We appreciate your knowledge in your area of expertise and the business relationship with GRC Educators.  We are happy to designate you as an expert speaker in our speaker panel.  You are now a GRC Educators certified speaker.”

Mark R. Brengelman Presents Continuing Legal Education for the National Association of State Contractor Licensing Agencies at its annual conference in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Mark was recognized by GRC Educators


2017 News

On August 29, 2018, Mark gave a continuing legal education presentation to the National Association of State Contractor Licensing Agencies at its 2018 Annual Conference, in Nashville, Tennessee.  Mark is pictured with Melissa McBride, President of NASCLA.  Melissa McBride is the Program Analyst for the Construction Compliance, Contractor Registration, Plumber Certification and Factory Assembled Structures programs with the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.  Mark’s presentation was titled:  “Model Consent Agreements and Settlements – Content and Consistency.”  Over 100 people attended the Annual Conference from across the United States, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and from as far away as Nairobi, Kenya.  NASCLA is headquarted in Phoenix, Arizona.

On January 25-27, 2019, Mark attended the 43rd Annual FARB Forum at the J.W. Marriott Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana.  Mark moderated and hosted a panel discussion for this continuing legal education seminar titled “Criteria for Licensure Eligibility: What Purpose Do They Serve?  Part 1: Three Es and a Fee: Education, Examination, Experience, and; Part 2: Good Moral Character: Criminal Background Analyses.”

Comments about the event included:  “Thoroughly enjoyed Mark’s moderation of speakers and questions from audience.  He’s a great facilitator.”  “Very engaging moderator.” “Mark did a great job of setting the stage and moderating the session.”  “Very engaging with a short time limit on the topic.”  “Always entertaining and great energy!”

The Federation of Associations of Regulatory Board is committed to advance excellence in the regulation of the professions in the interest of public protection.

Mark R. Brengelman Earns Award from the Kentucky Bar Association for Teaching 20 Hours of Continuing Legal Education

Mark R. Brengelman selected to co-present continuing legal education at the 2019 Kentucky Bar Association Annual Convention, Louisville, Kentucky, whose convention theme is “Passion with Respect.”

Mark R. Brengelman Co-presents "Hot Topics in Kentucky HealthCare Law" Continuing Legal Education in Bowling Green, Kentucky, for the Kentucky Bar Association, 2018 Kentucky Law Update.

In October 2017, Mark presented continuing legal education at the Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards 2017 Regulatory Law Seminar held at the Hyatt Regency, Savannah, Georgia.  He co-presented 2 hours of attorney-required ethics content titled “Ethics in an Administrative Law Setting” to over thirty-five attorneys from around the United States. Mark also participated in a speakers’ panel titled “Overlapping Scopes of Practice:  Embrace the Relevant Antitrust Elephant in the Room.”  Mark also presented “Injunctive Relief:  A Roadmap to Judicial Enforcement of Unlicensed Practice.”

Amanda J. Goggin Completes Summer Internship-passes Virginia Bar Exam in 2020.

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