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Summation: A work in progress

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn strategies and practical tips from one of the country’s most prominent defense lawyers. In this course, Mr. Brafman shares exciting and relevant examples from his vast experience representing a wide range of clients. Learn why a good summation begins to take shape when you first meet the client, as you begin to understand the nature of the charges you will be defending. This course also discusses summation styles, using exhibits effectively and how to prop...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Civil Appellate Practice

Somehow, the judgment goes against your client. Should you appeal? What are the true appealable issues? How will the Appellate Court analyze the case? Should you handle it yourself? These and other crucial questions are considered in this seminar. Although the focus is on California law, the basic principles apply throughout the states. This course will help the civil trial attorney advise a client when faced with an adverse judgment, and it will provide valuable guidance to counsel who...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Mediation Techniques and Practice

Learn effective mediation skills and techniques from a trained practitioner. Whether you are an attorney contemplating starting a mediation practice or are simply looking to gain practical insight into this growing field this lecture is for you. Topics include mediation "Do's and Don’ts", the initial interview and substantive areas which may be effectively mediated. This lecture will also give the attorney who is not familiar with Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) another model to consider...

General Credits
1.5
Price$95

Securities Arbitration & Mediation

There is no easier, faster and more streamlined method of resolving disputes than through securities arbitration. Specifically, there are no costly or lengthy depositions, very limited motions and no required appearances until the hearing. While the term “securities arbitration” scares many practitioners away, what attorneys do not understand is that matters brought by customers against their stock brokers or brokerage firms are generally the same. That is, each case has similar legal issu...

General Credits
1.25
Price$75

Structured Settlement Transfers

This lecture will introduce the practitioner to the area of structured settlement transfers and the court approval process required under New York's General Obligations Law. The presentation covers all aspects of the process from the initial stages between the factoring companies seeking to purchase future payments and the annuitants seeking to sell such payments through the final stages of the judicial approval. Aspects of both the "seller" and "purchaser" are covered in detail. Learn what...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Opening Statements

Despite preliminary instructions from the judge, and the urging of counsel, surveys indicate that a majority of jurors make their decision after opening statements. The opening statement is counsel's opportunity to acquaint the judge and jury with his/her position on the issues. Don't miss this opportunity to learn valuable trial tactics and techniques from two seasoned litigators.

General Credits
1
Price$50

Military Occupations Under the Law of Armed Conflict

Since September 11th, there is hardly a day when some aspect of the Law of Armed Conflict is not discussed in the media, from allegations of war crimes at Abu Gharib, Haditha, and GITMO, to use of military commissions as a means to try unlawful enemy combatants. The issue of the use of private security contractors performing tasks on the battlefield that are, in many cases, indistinguishable for those performed by soldiers, has become a subject of controversy and scrutiny. This exciting cours...

General Credits
1
Price$50

An Oral Contract Isn’t Worth the Paper It’s Written On - Or Is It?

Most lawyers enter contract negotiations aspiring to achieve a fully signed agreement containing all material terms. But many business relationships – particularly in the media and entertainment world – proceed in the absence of fully signed agreements. Why do sophisticated industry people use short-form and unsigned long-form agreements? Do these agreements create binding contractual obligations? What tests do courts use to answer this question? And what risks do the parties take? Frankfurt K...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Special Education Law: An Overview

Whether you want to better understand the rights of special needs students to assist schools in compliance or to represent students during a lawsuit, this course will strengthen your knowledge. Special Education is specially designed instruction that addresses the unique needs that result from a child with a disability. Nationally, approximately seven million students are classified with a disability and receive special-education services. According to the U.S. Department of Education, 7...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Voir Dire: How To Win Friends and Influence Jurors

Jury selection is the opportunity afforded to lawyers to affect the makeup of the panel which will sit in judgment of your client. It really is an elimination process rather than selection. The goal is to learn enough about the prospective jurors to decide which will be open to (hopefully favorably inclined toward), your client's position. Each attorney wants an impartial jury which will favor his/her client. In practice, skillful attorneys will balance each other out so that a neutral jury wi...

General Credits
1.25
Price$75
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